Gaulish

Some articles on gaulish:

François Falc'hun - Theories
... his view that Breton developed from native Gaulish, arguing that the incoming Britons encountered a Gaulish-speaking rather than Latin-speaking ... claimed that the Vannetais dialect of eastern Breton was almost wholly Gaulish ... and other dialects are simply Gaulish marked by the language of origin of the island immigrants" ...
Celtic Toponymy - Continental Celtic - Switzerland
... Switzerland, especially the Swiss plateau, has many Celtic (Gaulish) toponyms ... For some names, there is uncertainty whether they are Gaulish or Latin in origin ... there have even been competing suggestions of Gaulish, Latin and Alemannic etymologies ...
Ancient Roman Pottery - Other Ceramics - Terracotta Figurines
... while Celtic gods appear amongst those made in the Central Gaulish industries, centred in the Allier Valley and the Rhineland industry at Cologne ... sometimes two, infants, is one of the most popular Central Gaulish types ... As in the case of the Gaulish samian industries, the makers' names and the styles and themes all illustrate the fusion of local and Mediterranean traditions ...
List Of Roman Auxiliary Regiments - TABLE II: Index of Ethnic Regimental Names
... Bessi Thracia Mid Bulgaria Thracian Biturigum Bituriges Lugdunensis Berry, C France Gaulish (C) Bosporanorum Bosporani Moesia Inf NE Bulgaria Sarmatian Bracarorum (Bracarum) (Bracaraugust.) Bracari ... S Neth W Germanic Gaesatorum Gaesati Belgica Alsace, Fr Gaulish Gaetulorum Gaetuli Mauretania Algeria Berber (X) Galatarum Galatae Galatia Ankara pr C Turk Galatian (C ... Mac Illyrian Sequanorum Sequani Belgica Franche-Comté Fr Gaulish (C) Sugambrorum Sicambri Germania Inf NW Rhineland W Germanic Sunucorum Sunici Germania Inf E Neth W Germanic ...
Cisalpine Gaulish
... The Celtic Cisalpine Gaulish inscriptions are frequently combined with the Lepontic inscriptions under the term Celtic language remains in northern Italy ... There are only about half a dozen Cisalpine Gaulish inscriptions, three of which are 'longer' than just one or two words ... Transalpine Gaulish refers to the Celtic Gaulish language on the other side of the Alps (from Rome) ...