Lutetia. Natives of ancient Paris.

Lutetia Natives. Ancient Paris. Ancient Parisians habit. Gaulish tribe clothing.

The first Parisians of Lutetia.

Natives of ancient Paris, Lutetia.

Chapitre Premier. Les premiers Parisiens ou habitants de Lutèce. The first Parisians are people of Lutetia.

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.

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  1. The Gallic and Gallo-Roman costume period.
  2. The shields of the Gauls. Clans in the Roman Empire.
  3. Gallic and Gallo-Roman helmets of Celtic warriors.
  4. Celt and Roman. History of England 43 BC to 440 AD.
  5. Ancient Roman costume history. B.C. 53 to A.D. 450.
  6. The Barbarian Invasions. The Migration Period in Europe, 395-527 A. D.
  7. Ancient Costumes of the Persians and other Asiatics.
  8. Ancient Costume History of Egyptian, Greek, Roman and others.
  9. The Roman Tunica or Greek Chiton.
  10. The Roman Paenula. The cowl or hood.
  11. On the origin of the pants by Max Marcuse
  12. The Toga and the manner of wearing it.
  13. Roman legionary in full armor.
  14. Roman Britain. Maps, Places, Tribes. Historical atlas.
  15. The Roman Paenula. The cowl or hood.
  16. Roman, Greece and Egypt. The Corset and the Crinolin fashion history.
  17. Frankish Merovingian costume history. 4th and 5th century.
  18. Byzantine costume history. 5th to 6th century.
  19. The Carolingian fashion period 752-987. Reign of Charlemagne.
  20. The Carolingian Fashion Period 987 to 1270.
  21. Europe in the time of Charles the Great 768 – 814. Maps and Places.
  22. Alfred the Great. The first English king.
  23. King Harold II. Last Anglo-Saxon king of England.
  24. Monachism. Monastic costumes history.
Note:  Gallic warrior. 1st century BC.

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