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Lutetia

/luːˈtiːʃə pəˌrɪzɪˈɔːrəm/
noun
1.
an ancient name for Paris2
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  • This, however, was in Csars time; and the first description of lutetia as a city was given by Strabo some fifty years later.

    Old and New Paris, v. 1 Henry Sutherland Edwards
  • He was Cintula, the tribune of the Imperial stables, who had escaped from lutetia.

    The Death of the Gods Dmitri Mrejkowski
  • The two friends ran out of the barracks; a crowd of soldiers were rushing over the wooden bridge towards lutetia.

    The Death of the Gods Dmitri Mrejkowski
  • Thats why your suggestion in regard to lutetia Murray strikes me so favorably.

    Out of the Air Inez Haynes Irwin
  • lutetia Parisiorum held the usual rank of one of those head towns of Gaulish tribes which grew into Roman cities.

  • The bottom of one of his trunks was covered with lutetia Murrays works.

    Out of the Air Inez Haynes Irwin
  • The winter solstice had come, and the Feast of the Saturnalia commenced in lutetia.

    Historical Miniatures August Strindberg
  • Instantly I knew thatjust as instantly as I had known that lutetia was dead.

    Out of the Air Inez Haynes Irwin
  • With this intention he sent with a letter to lutetia a certain skilful official, the tribune Decensius.

    The Death of the Gods Dmitri Mrejkowski
  • I work it out that he couldnt get it over and he sent me to lutetia because he thought she could.

    Out of the Air Inez Haynes Irwin

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