Belgae

The Belgae were a group of tribes living in northern Gaul, between the English Channel and the west bank of the Rhine, from at least the 3rd century BC. They were discussed in depth by Julius Caesar in his account of his wars in Gaul. Some peoples in Britain were also called Belgae and O`Rahilly equated them with the Fir Bolg in Ireland. The Belg....
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Belgae

any of the inhabitants of Gaul north of the Sequana and Matrona (Seine and Marne) rivers. The term was apparently first applied by Julius Caesar. ...
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Belgae

Belgae: see Gaul.
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Belgae

Name given by Roman authors to people who lived in Gaul, north of the Seine and Marne rivers. They were defeated by Caesar in 57 BC. Many of the Belgae settled in southeastern England during the 2nd...
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Belgae

The Belgae were a collection of German and Celtic tribes who anciently inhabited the country extending between the Marne and Seine and the lower Rhine, and bounded north-west by the sea. Caesar, on his invasion of Britain, found them established also in Kent and Sussex.
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