Transalpine Gaul

  1. (in the ancient world) that part of Gaul northwest of the Alps

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How to use Transalpine Gaul in a sentence

  • There was a part of Transalpine Gaul which had been already conquered and reduced to a Roman province.

  • This done he set himself to training his new men, encamped in Transalpine Gaul, in readiness to meet the foe.

    Ancient Rome | Mary Agnes Hamilton
  • In Transalpine Gaul very dangerous movements were said to be going on among the tribes.

    Ancient Rome | Mary Agnes Hamilton
  • The southeastern portion of Transalpine Gaul conquered by the Romans.

  • In Transalpine Gaul she had as yet no possessions; Massalia was still an independent and specially cherished ally.