trèves was frequently the residence of the Roman Emperors, and its inhabitants had all the privileges of Roman citizenship.
This town was in the diocese of trèves, and dependent on the Parliament of Metz.
It, in common with the other ruins in trèves, is well kept and preserved.
In after days a penitent from trèves sought absolution from the Pope.
The first idea of this was formed by the electors of the empire at the diet of trèves in 1512.
The prebends of trèves wished not to have Kuno for their Archbishop.
According to some authorities, his birthplace was trèves, not Salzburg.
The Archbishops of trèves built a palace under the walls of this castle, which was by that time much enlarged and strengthened.
The Archbishop of trèves, in 1589, sentenced so many women to the stake, that in two districts only two women remained.
The head-quarters of the emigrants were at Coblentz in the dominions of the Elector of trèves.
city in Germany (French Trèves), founded c.15 B.C.E. by Augustus, named for the indigenous Gaulish people, the Treveri.