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Map - Ancient Southern Gaul
When Caesar was assigned provinces in Gaul to govern after his year as consul, he was assigned Cisalpine Gaul and the southern area around Narbo, but when he described Gaul in his Commentaries on the Gallic Wars, he said that all Gaul is divided into three parts. One of these was the area ocupied by the Gallic tribes known as Aquitani. As you can see in this map, Aquitaine is a southern province of Gaul (France).
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Filename:southerngaul.jpg
Atlas name:Joe Sermarini / Ancient Gaul
Source:Map of Northern Gaul from a 19th century atlas
Authorized use:Public Domain
File Size:630 KB
Date added:Jun 19, 2013
Dimensions:1142 x 676 pixels
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