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The History of Gaul: Celtic, Roman and Frankish Rule (edition 1994)

by Frantz Funck-Brentano, E.F. Buckley

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Title:The History of Gaul: Celtic, Roman and Frankish Rule
Authors:Frantz Funck-Brentano
Other authors:E.F. Buckley
Info:Barnes & Noble Inc (1994), Paperback, 438 pages
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PREFACE
This volume contains the beginnings of French history from prehistoric times to the advent of the Capets.
CHAPTER I
The Prehistoric Period
The territory to-day occupied by France, the boundaries of which have for centuries been unanimously considered to be the Rhine, the Alps, the Mediterranean, the Pyrenees, and the Atlantic, has from the earliest times undergone certain transformations which geologists have made it their task to describe.
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