Ancient Paris as a Celtic, Gaelic settlement.

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Ancient Paris. Parisian settlers.

Ancient Paris.

Parisian settlers. Ancient Paris as a Celtic, Gaelic settlement.

The history of Paris goes back over 2000 years. During this time, developed the place of the Celtic settlement Lutetia of the tribe of the Parisii to today’s metropolis and capital of France. The Grandes Chroniques de France lead the founding of the city back to the Trojan Paris, should have as Romulus founded Rome, the great-grandson Brutus Britain and France Francus. During the Revolution, the Civil Jullian wore in the Café Procope, the Phrygian Cap with reference to the mythological founder of the city.

The Parisian settlers can have a house, a family, a nest egg.

Les colons parisiens peuvent avoir une maison, une famille, un pécule. 

Source: Paris à travers les siècles. Histoire nationale de Paris et des Parisiens depuis la fondation de Lutèce jusqu’à nos jours, by Nicolas Jules Henri Gourdon de Genouillac. Published 1879.

Illustration, damasks, ornament
Note:  Noble Gauloise habit. Vedette Gauloise. First Century A.D.

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