Bavares are mainly known by Roman documents epigraphic and literary of 3rd. The documents indicate them either like seminomad mountain populations, or like sedentary populations. People of the solid masses Babor S Guergour which dominate the area of Sitifis, they are close to the Baquates and the Macénites. The first trace which perhaps dated from the reign of Alexandre Sévère is an inscription reporting a colloquium between a Roman Légat and a prince baquate after a Roman victory. The dissolution of the III Legio Augusta in 238, had made impossible a fast repression. New fact, revolted pushed to the borders numido - maurétaniens, where combat are announced and where treasures were hidden. Combat carried out by Bavares Eastern are mentioned in 254, but they remain confined by the Roman power in their mountains and half-compartments of the plain. They then decide to form a coalition with other people. The Romans gain several battles but do not manage to come completely to end from the threat bavare, as well in Maurétanie as in Numidie. The war lasted until in 260, animated by Bavares of the south of Oranie, joined by other people. One finds of Bavares behind Firmus during the rising of the 3rd century.
An example enables us to seize the situation of Bavares at the 4th century: town of Altava, was made up of sedentary populations bavares, with the Roman names but at the institutions pérégrines at one time when the romanisation seems to grow blurred in the area.
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