The Morini (Gaulish: "sea folk, sailors") were a Belgic coastal tribe dwelling in the modern Pas de Calais region, around present-day Boulogne-sur-Mer, during the Iron Age and the Roman period.[1]

Map of Gaul with tribes, 1st century BC; the Morini and Itius Portus are circled.

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