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'''Gaul''' was an [[ancient]] region in western [[Europe]], including parts of [[Italy]], [[France]], [[Belgium]], [[Switzerland]], the [[Netherlands]], and [[Germany]]. Gallic people were considered ethnically and [[language|linguistically]] [[Celtic]]. Organized by tribes, the Gauls famously sacked [[Rome]] in the [[4th century BC]].
 
'''Gaul''' was an [[ancient]] region in western [[Europe]], including parts of [[Italy]], [[France]], [[Belgium]], [[Switzerland]], the [[Netherlands]], and [[Germany]]. Gallic people were considered ethnically and [[language|linguistically]] [[Celtic]]. Organized by tribes, the Gauls famously sacked [[Rome]] in the [[4th century BC]].
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Latest revision as of 17:58, 11 July 2007

Gaul was an ancient region in western Europe, including parts of Italy, France, Belgium, Switzerland, the Netherlands, and Germany. Gallic people were considered ethnically and linguistically Celtic. Organized by tribes, the Gauls famously sacked Rome in the 4th century BC.