Lutetia Parisiorum

/ (luːˈtiːʃə pəˌrɪzɪˈɔːrəm) /

  1. an ancient name for Paris 2

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How to use Lutetia in a sentence

  • In blue-and-white Lutetia, it had grown as Parisian as an English dramatist.

  • This, I think, is the oldest historical allusion to Paris, as Lutetia came to be called.

    Zigzag Journeys in Europe | Hezekiah Butterworth
  • Lutetia grew in importance, and the royal hunting-lodge in its vicinity was made into a fortress.

    Historic Paris | Jetta S. Wolff
  • When the army had encamped, Julian went alone to the edge of the hill, in order to view the town Lutetia, which he had never seen.

    Historical Miniatures | August Strindberg
  • This was quite unexpected, and Julian left Lutetia in order to march against his cousin.

    Historical Miniatures | August Strindberg