Occasionally we hear also of transalpine Gauls or 'Gaisatoi,' who came to their assistance.
Let not the love of your transalpine dominions detain you longer.
transalpine, trans-al′pin, adj. beyond the Alps (in regard to Rome).
It is certain that the transalpine Gauls were a conspicuously taller race.
Thus the Consulship has returned to a transalpine family, and green laurels are seen on a brown stock.
Position of the Italians.The Italians had long looked upon the transalpine nations with contempt.
Normandy formed one of the four ancient provinces of transalpine Gaul known to their founder, Augustus, as Lyonnaise.
In transalpine Gaul she had as yet no possessions; Massalia was still an independent and specially cherished ally.
Both of you ask that I send you the volume of Plato which I managed to rescue from the fire of my transalpine retreat.
The most unpractised eye could see at once the difference betwixt these statues and those of the transalpine churches.