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Meaning of "Lutetia Parisiorum" in the English dictionary

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PRONUNCIATION OF LUTETIA PARISIORUM

Lutetia Parisiorum  [luːˈtiːʃə pəˌrɪzɪˈɔːrəm] play
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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF LUTETIA PARISIORUM

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Lutetia Parisiorum is a noun.
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WHAT DOES LUTETIA PARISIORUM MEAN IN ENGLISH?

Lutetia Parisiorum

Lutetia

Coordinates: 48°51′N 2°21′E / 48.85°N 2.35°E / 48.85; 2.35 See also: History of Paris A map of Gaul in the 1st century BC, showing the location of Lutetia and relative positions of the Celtic tribes. Lutetia was a town in pre-Roman and Roman Gaul. The Gallo-Roman city was a forerunner of the re-established Merovingian town that is the ancestor of present-day Paris.

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Augusta Treverorum
Augusta Vindelicorum
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Synonyms and antonyms of Lutetia Parisiorum in the English dictionary of synonyms

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鲁特西亚Parisiorum
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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تيسيا Parisiorum
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Лютеция Parisiorum
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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লুতিয়া
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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ルテティアParisiorum
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루테 티아 Parisiorum
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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லூதீரியா பாரிஸ்யியம்
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लुटेटिया पेरियोरमोरम
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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Лютеція Parisiorum
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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Lutetia Parisiorum
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «LUTETIA PARISIORUM»

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The Academic Sermons (The Fathers of the Church, Mediaeval ...
Leclercq, published in Revue Thomiste (1946), also in Busa, page 45a 06 Celum et terra transibunt: texts (manuscripts Milano and Paris) by L.J. Bataillon ( provisional Leonine text)27 07 Ecce ego mitto: text Lutetia Parisiorum 1879, also in ...
Thomas Aquinas, 2010
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The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ...
Lutetia: Parisiorum, 1668. The ninth volume, the last which appeared, was published in 1701. J De re Diplomatica libri vi. in quibus quidquid ad veterum instrumentorum Antiquitatem, Materiam, Scripturam et Stilum ; quidquid ad sigilla,  ...
Hugh James Rose, Samuel Roffey Maitland, 1838
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The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, ...
Charles Rollin. CATALOGUE of the Editions of the principal Greek Authors cited in this WORK. J_Jerodotus. Francos. An. 1068. Thucydides. Apud Henricum Stephanum. An. 1,588. Xenophon. Lutetia Parisiorum, apud Societa- tern Gracarum ...
Charles Rollin, 1800
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First proofs of the Universal catalogue of books on art: ...
London, Whitby (printed), 1853. B.M. MERSENNE (Marin). — Harmonicorum libri xii. Ed. aucta. Plates and woodcuts. Fol. Lutetian Parisiorum, 1648. Earlier edition . Fol. Lutetia; Parisiorum, 1636. With new title. Fol. Lutetia; Parisiorum, 1652.
National Art Library (Great Britain), South Kensington Museum, London. National Art Library, Sir Henry Cole, 1870
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A Classical Dictionary
Hence it is often called Lutetia Parisiorum. (Cat., B. G., 7, 7.) It was at first a place of little consequence, but under the emperors it became a city of importance, and the Nolitia Imperii (c. 65) speaks of it as the gathering- place for the seamen on ...
Charles Anthon, 1872
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Notes and Queries
Hargrave Jennings ETYMOLOGIES. Lutetia Parisiorum (Paris). — Is the word Lutetia Celtic or Roman ? Putting aside the absurd etymology which connects it with the Latin word lutum, there appears no reason from analogy for supposing that ...
‎1860
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Atlas of Classical History
A tiny church was erected about 350. Lutetia Parisiorum Lutetia Parisiorum (Paris ) was a typical northern Gallic civitas-capital, with a population of about 7,500. It succeeded a Celtic oppidum located on the Ile de la Cité—an easily defended ...
Richard J.A. Talbert, 2002
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Deaconesses: An Historical Study
PG = J. P. Migne, Patrologiae cursus completus . . . , Series graeca . . . , Lutetia Parisiorum, apudJ. P. Migne, 1857-86. 161 bks. in 165 vols. PL = J. P. Migne, Patrologiae cursus completus . . . , Series latina . . . , Lutetia, Parisiorum, apudJ.
Aimé Georges Martimort, 1986
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Journal of Neo-Latin Studies
Francia - Lutetia Parisiorum. BEZA THEODORUS: Theodore de Beze, Correspondance, 21 : 1580. Editee par A. Dutbur, Beatrice Nicollier et H. Genton, avec la collaboration de R. Boden- mann, Travaux d'Humanisme et Renaissance , 327 ...
Gilbert Tournoy, Constant Matheeussen, Dirk Sacr', 2000
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Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country
* It is curious to remark, that the only coin or medal extant of the Gens Lutatia (the Lutatian family) bears a head on one side, and on the obverse a galley, the cognisance of the city Lutetia Parisiorum. t No temple was built in Gaul until it fell  ...
‎1835

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Paris' Treasure-house Of Mysterious Medieval Marvels: The Cluny …
Everyone knows under-floor heating was an ancient Roman invention widely used in Lutetia Parisiorum – the ancient Roman name for Paris. «Gadling, Oct 12»

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