Athanasius, who lived at treves as an exile, probably introduced it into Germany.
Mentz, treves, and Frankfort obtained the liberties they had claimed.
You may return to treves as best pleases you, so that you rid us of your presence here, where you mar good company.
The result of his cogitations was an early visit to Mrs. treves next day.
Thus it would be three and three, and the seventh and decisive vote would be that of the Elector-Bishop of treves.
Such performances are forbidden by a council held at treves in 1227.
There is another story, to the effect that Helena was the daughter of a nobleman of treves.
What had come over the boy who had worked so hard in the gymnasium at treves?
His next step was to lay the project before Parma, as the "excellent and learned" Jesuit at treves had advised.
On the 13th of February, 1781, there was a military burial at treves.
city in Germany (French Trèves), founded c.15 B.C.E. by Augustus, named for the indigenous Gaulish people, the Treveri.