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Exploring Roman Luxembourg

The Celtic tribe living in what is today Luxembourg when Julius Caesar arrived was the Treveri. Unlike other Gallic tribes, they co-operated with the Romans more readily and were quick to adapt to a Roman way of life. In 22 BC Emperor Augustus officially created Belgica as a province of the Roman Empire, which included Belgium, the Netherlands and parts of northern France and western Germany. German Franks invaded Gallia Belgica in the 4th century, and by 406 AD the province had been abandoned by Rome.

Gallo-Roman Ruins Sites in Luxembourg

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Museums with Roman Collection in Luxembourg

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