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The idea of the primitive Gauls, living in the forest until they were civilized and assimilated into the Roman Empire, is now regarded as totally obsolete. In this film, archaeologists and historians uncover Gaulish settlements to reveal the true face of the Gauls. A civilisation with high level of craftsmanship, that prized trade, developed cities and developed their own culture and religion. A civilisation that left their own mark on Europe… - Bear witness to monumental moments in human history, and human's most terrible crimes. Java Witness is home to incredible stories of good and evil, from fascinating stories of old, to chilling documents of heinous murders and modern-day mafias and gangs. From dinosaurs to medieval feasts, ancient wars and battles, through Kings and Queens, World Wars and critical world events, watch some of the best history documentary series, world history specials and more, all for FREE! Hit SUBSCRIBE and enable the bell notifications to know first about all new documentaries on the channel! At least 2 FULL documentaries available to watch FREE online every week! Subscribe to our Discover channel for more documentaries: 🤍
In our animated historical documentary on the Gallic War and Gaius Julius Caesar, we will cover the war between the Romans and the Celts in modern France, and the battles of Bibracte, Vosges, Axona, Sabis, Gergovia, Alesia, alongside Caesars invasions of Britain and Germany. In these battles, Caesar and his legionaries fought against Helvetii led by Divico, Suebi led by Ariovistus, Belgae led by Galba, Nervii led by Boduognatus, Britons led by Cassivellaunus, Eburones led by Ambiorix and Arverni led by Vercingetorix. The Roman Civil war against Pompey is just around the corner. Kings and Generals Full Length Documentaries: 🤍 Our podcast on the history of the Celts: 🤍 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 or Paypal: 🤍 Check out our Merch Store: 🤍 We are grateful to our patrons and sponsors, who made this video possible: 🤍 The script was researched and written by Peter Voller. This video was narrated by Officially Devin (🤍 & 🤍 The art for this video was created by Oğuz Tunç bit.ly/2H6oRjw 0:00 Introduction 1:32 Battles of Arar and Bibracte 11:37 Battle of Vosges 23:17 Battle of Axona 30:05 Battle of the Sabis 36:03 Campaign against the Veneti and crossing the Rhine 44:03 Caesar in Britain 52:49 Caesar in Britain – Round 2 1:01:05 Ambiorix and Vercingetorix - The Battle of Gergovia 1:10:45 Battle of Alesia Machinimas for the video made on the Total War: Rome 2 Engine by Malay Archer (🤍 ✔ Merch store ► 🤍 ✔ Patreon ► 🤍 ✔ Podcast ► 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 ✔ PayPal ► 🤍 ✔ Twitter ► 🤍 ✔ Facebook ► 🤍 ✔ Instagram ►🤍 Production Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound: 🤍 #Documentary #Rome #Caesar
The history of Gaul before Roman conquest under Caesar. CLICK HERE IF YOU WANT TO SEE THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD FROM ANCIENT TO MODERN: 🤍 Gaul (Latin: Gallia) was a region of Western Europe first described by the Romans. It was inhabited by Celtic and Aquitani tribes, encompassing present day France, Luxembourg, Belgium, most of Switzerland, and parts of Northern Italy, the Netherlands, and Germany, particularly the west bank of the Rhine. It covered an area of 494,000 km2 (191,000 sq mi). According to Julius Caesar, Gaul was divided into three parts: Gallia Celtica, Belgica, and Aquitania. Archaeologically, the Gauls were bearers of the La Tène culture, which extended across all of Gaul, as well as east to Raetia, Noricum, Pannonia, and southwestern Germania during the 5th to 1st centuries BC. During the 2nd and 1st centuries BC, Gaul fell under Roman rule: Gallia Cisalpina was conquered in 203 BC and Gallia Narbonensis in 123 BC. Gaul was invaded after 120 BC by the Cimbri and the Teutons, who were in turn defeated by the Romans by 103 BC. Julius Caesar finally subdued the remaining parts of Gaul in his campaigns of 58 to 51 BC. Roman control of Gaul lasted for five centuries, until the last Roman rump state, the Domain of Soissons, fell to the Franks in AD 486. While the Celtic Gauls had lost their original identities and language during Late Antiquity, becoming amalgamated into a Gallo-Roman culture, Gallia remained the conventional name of the territory throughout the Early Middle Ages, until it acquired a new identity as the Capetian Kingdom of France in the high medieval period. Gallia remains a name of France in modern Greek (Γαλλία) and modern Latin (besides the alternatives Francia and Francogallia). Check out our playlists by period: ANCIENT: 🤍 MEDIEVAL: 🤍 MODERN: 🤍 Check out our playlists by REGION: AFRICA: 🤍 AMERICAS: 🤍 ASIA: 🤍 EUROPE: 🤍 OCEANIA: 🤍 Please subscribe to Made In History for more videos! We are always trying to grow! All images used with CC license. Music used: Adrian von Ziegler - Lone Wolf
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Subscribe here: 🤍 to be the first to watch more full length documentaries. In 400 bc Rome was a powerful city state and the Roman army seemed invincible. But, just six years later an attack by the Gauls caused the city almost to fall. In this episode Larry explores how Rome constructed the Servian Wall to protect them and how many parts are now persevered around the city. Welcome to ReelTruth.History the home of gripping and powerful documentaries. Here you can watch both full length documentaries and series that explore some of the most comprehensive pieces of world history. #rome #ancientrome #realtruthhistory
The Gallic Wars tells the story of the campaigns from 58 BC to 53 BC in which Julius Caesar and his Roman legions conquered Gaul. Caesar portrayed this invasion as a genuine concern for Italian security but as the campaign developed, Rome's greatest commander began to hatch plans for full conquest. Odyssey is your journey into the world of Ancient History; from the dawn of Mesopotamia to the fall of Rome. We'll be bringing you only the best documentaries that journey into the mysteries and ruins of worlds long lost. Subscribe so you don't miss out! It's like Netflix for History: the world's finest documentary streaming service use the code 'Odyssey' to get 50% off your History Hit subscription! 👉 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Odyssey is part of the History Hit Network. For any queries, please contact owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com
The year is 2018 AD. French history is entirely occupied by the historians. Well, not entirely… One small era of indomitable Gauls still holds out against historical accuracy. And life is not easy for the history professors who garrison the universities of Primarysorcium, Archelogium, Clicheorum, and Propagandum. These Gallic myths fear nothing except maybe… me! Hi! This is Barris, a French – American that lived most of his life in France and is passionate about learning, exploring, hiking and cooking. It’s a vast and beautiful world out there so join us as we discover the historical, cultural and culinary heritage of France, Europe and the rest of the World. This, of course, will take a lot of resources and only you can make it happen! So, if you enjoy our content, please consider supporting us by sharing, liking, commenting, and subscribing: 🤍 I post every Wednesday so make sure to check out my channel then. I would like to personally thank Hujo10, Eric, Vanessa, William, Luke, Javier, lovethemovies, Ronald, Riley and Dyland for subscribing. Welcome aboard! Their names didn’t necessarily stop in '-ix' like Asterix, Obelix, Getafix, etc. This belief comes from ‘Vercingetorix’ (the suffix '-ix' means 'King'), which is actually a title meaning “King of the Great Warriors.” Menhirs were erected in the Neolithic around 2,000 B.C. or even as early as 6 or 7,000 B.C. In any case, way before Julius Caesar’s conquests starting in 58 B.C., or even the Gauls who emerged much later than the Neolithic, around 500 BC. By the time Julius Caesar invaded Gaul, two-thirds of current French territory was already Romanized. By then, it had been an ongoing process for the last century and a half! There is a reason why the Gauls turned into Gallo-Romans in less than half a century – one of the quickest foreign assimilation in history. Using Diodorus Siculus' accounts, we can confidently say that their Nobles once wore the Gallic Mustache, although it was much thinner than believed. But by the time Caesar invaded, it seemed out of fashion. In “Commentarii de Bello Gallico”, he fails to mention any facial hair when describing them but does mention it on the Britons, who had always maintained practices long abandoned by other Celts, such as using war chariots. Overall, the mustache fails to show up in much art/self-representations – such coins minted during that time by the Veneti and the Parissii which clearly shows mustache-less men. On it, you can also see how clean and groomed their hair was. Celtic nobles took a lot of care of their appearance since the druids forbade them from writing, which is why we have so little primary sources of them, and from representing their gods (1). As such, their artistic expressions were done on themselves, which meant maintaining perfect appearance and physical condition, cleaning, brushing and dyeing their hair, and wearing elaborate jewelry and clothes. After all, it is the Gauls that invented “les brogues”, shoes, and “les braies", pants. They invented the wooden barrel, when Romans still used fragile Amphorae, the iron plough, possibly the chainmail, hammers, and even fat-based soap (Soap comes from the Celtic word “saipo”, which itself comes from the Latin word for fat "sebum"). They were also great metalworkers making tools such as mirrors, scissors, combs, etc. but also refined jewelry such as torcs or fibulas made of gold, silver, and bronze, which they traded in large quantity for roman wines, which they were very fond of. They didn't eat boar during banquets all the time. Meat was quite rare and diets were mostly made of grains. This stereotype comes from their image of living in the forest. However, the Gauls turned hectares of forest into farmlands and pastures. They had large urban centers such as Alesia or Gergovia called ‘an oppidum’ (plur. oppida), on top of hills with stone fortifications. Their homes weren't made of wood or stone, but wattle and daub (a mixture of clay, sand, and straw). They didn't wear winged helmets. Similarly to Goths wearing horns, not only it is expensive and impractical, but also dangerous. The myth probably comes from their retractable cheek-pieces that looked like wings when held up. This helmet design would come to inspire the Roman imperial helmet. Finally, Gallic chiefs never stood on shields. This is completely anachronistic since it was a practice done by the Franks, a Germanic tribe, much later. In fact, the Gauls didn’t even use round shields, but oval-rectangular shaped. (1) In all honesty, I am a bit unsure about this latter point. While it comes from a reputable French historian, I found quite a lot of Celtic art depicting their gods, which seems to contradict this. If anyone knows more, please let me know.
Dying Gaul, 1st or 2nd century C.E. (Roman copy of Third Century B.C.E. Hellenistic bronze commemorating Pergamon's victory over the Gauls likely from the Sanctuary of Athena at Pergamon), marble, 93 cm high (Musei Capitolini, Rome) and Gaul killing himself and his wife (The Ludovisi Gaul), 1st or 2nd century C.E. (Roman copy of Third Century B.C.E. Hellenistic bronze commemorating Pergamon's victory over the Gauls likely from the Sanctuary of Athena at Pergamon), marble, 211 cm high (Palazzo Altemps, Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome) Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker
Here we have Julius Caesar's views on the peoples he crushed in his campaigns to the west through which he made his name - the Gauls. Foreign and backwards to Caesar, modern archaeological evidence has shown that they were actually a city building culture far more advanced than he gave them credit for. If this channel is something you like, if you think saving primary sources is important, head over to the patreon and join up! patreon.com/voicesofthepast — Don’t forget to subscribe to my brother's channel History Time, where he makes full length historical documentaries:- 🤍 — Music courtesy of:- - Epidemic Sound — Voice actor & editor:- David Kelly We try to use copyright free images at all times. However if we have used any of your artwork or maps then please don't hesitate to contact me and we’ll be more than happy to give the appropriate credit. Thanks to: 🤍 William R. Shepherd; William Shepherd By User:Feitscherg - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, 🤍 Siren-Com [CC BY-SA 3.0 (🤍 Alyssa Bivins [CC BY-SA (🤍 Caesar_campaigns_gaul-fr.svg: historicair 14:51, 8 July 2007 (UTC) derivative work: Sémhur (talk)
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Welcome to my channel! This is Andy from I love languages. Let's learn different languages/dialects together. For today's video, I recorded my voice speaking Gaulish language. Hope you like it! Please feel free to subscribe to see more of this. I hope you have a great day! Stay happy! Please support me on Patreon! 🤍 Gaulish Region: Gaul Ethnicity: Gauls Era: 6th century BC to 6th century AD Language family: Indo-European (Celtic) Writing system: Old Italic, Greek, Latin Gaulish was an ancient Celtic language that was spoken in parts of Continental Europe before and during the period of the Roman Empire. In the narrow sense, Gaulish was the language spoken by the Celtic inhabitants of Gaul (modern-day France, Luxembourg, Belgium, most of Switzerland, Northern Italy, as well as the parts of the Netherlands and Germany on the west bank of the Rhine). In a wider sense, it also comprises varieties of Celtic that were spoken across much of central Europe ("Noric"), parts of the Balkans, and Anatolia ("Galatian"), which are thought to have been closely related. The more divergent Lepontic of Northern Italy has also sometimes been subsumed under Gaulish. Together with Lepontic and the Celtiberian language spoken in the Iberian Peninsula, Gaulish helps form the geographic group of Continental Celtic languages. The precise linguistic relationships among them, as well as between them and the modern Insular Celtic languages, are uncertain and a matter of ongoing debate because of their sparse attestation. Gaulish is found in some 800 (often fragmentary) inscriptions including calendars, pottery accounts, funeral monuments, short dedications to gods, coin inscriptions, statements of ownership, and other texts, possibly curse tablets. Gaulish texts were first written in the Greek alphabet in southern France and in a variety of the Old Italic script in northern Italy. After the Roman conquest of those regions, writing shifted to the use of the Latin alphabet. During his conquest of Gaul, Caesar reported that the Helvetii were in possession of documents in the Greek script, and all Gaulish coins used the Greek script until about 50 BC. Gaulish in Western Europe was supplanted by Vulgar Latin and various Germanic languages from around the 5th century AD onwards. It is thought to have gone extinct sometime around the late 6th century.
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You can buy this track and more of my work here: 🤍 Music & vocals by Farya Faraji. Special thanks to the channel Gaisowiros for helping out with the pronunciation—make sure to check out their channel for info on Gaulish language, culture and customs. Please note that this isn’t an actual preserved piece of Gaulish music, but a modern hypothetical, extremely speculative reconstruction that is historically informed, and seeks to provide a plausible example of what Gaulish music may have sounded like by using their instruments. I was asked before to make Gaulish-themed music, but the first question that came to mind was how to go about it. The easy, and in my opinion, lazy option would have been to make something Irish or Scottish sounding, full of fiddles and bagpipes, to draw from a vague and meaningless Celtic connection. Gaulish music sounded nothing like what we consider to be the “Celtic” sound. Celtic music as we understand it is specifically the 18th century-onwards forms of music in Ireland and Scotland primarily; it has no intrinsic connections to the Celtic ethnolinguistic family at large, and we shouldn’t imagine Briton, Pictish, Gaulish or Galatian music as sounding anything close to Irish/Scottish music just because of the Celtic connection—the linguistic connection does not extend to the musical traditions. Instead, I thought it would be far more interesting to explore the actual soundscapes of the Gauls as it sounded. We have found remnants of their instruments, so the instruments palette is known to us, and this piece uses the lyre, pan flute, and bronze brass instruments, mainly the Carnyx. Bowed instruments like the fiddle did not exist in Antiquity, and there is no evidence to show that the Gauls played bagpipes. It is very likely that they adopted it from the Romans. For the melody, I utilised a pentatonic structure. My reasoning was twofold: pentatonic structures are the most widely distributed across all of humanity, and are present in European music to a significant degree. Furthermore, they were widely used in the music of the Classical Greco-Roman world, which strengthens the chances of them being present in Gaulish music. The lyrics are extracted from the Chamalières tablet, a lead tablet dated to between 50 B.C to 50 A.D, the words of which are an invokation to the deity Maponos, a god of youth equated with Apollo. I want to give special thanks again to the channel Gaisowiros for having helped out with the pronunciation. Lyrics in Gaulish: Andedion uediIumi diIiuion risun, Aritu mapon aruerriIatin, Iopites snIeððdic sos brixtia anderon! English translation: In the name of the good strength of the underworld gods, I invoke Maponos of Arverion. Pursue those with the magic of the infernals!
It was the year 58 B.C. when Roman general Gaius Julius Caesar marched his legions into Gaul. He was walking into a world little known him and his people, but that was on the edge of history for millenia: Celtic Europe. These lands weren’t urbanised in the sense of Mediterranean cities of that time but were nonetheless well developed and very well connected through large hillfort that we know by the name Caesar gave to them: oppida. These formed the centres of religion, administration, production and power. But, from 58 B.C. onwards, these urban centres of Gallic society became the theatre of Caesar’s wars. New archaeological research, however, shows that not all oppida were destroyed, lost or abandoned. Some seemed to have been resettled, renewed or even partially rebuilt, while others would be completely re-invented. So what happened to these Gallic oppida, and what can their ruins still tell us today? Music by Max H. and Alon Peretz. Licensed through artlist.io: -Discovering The Lost City, Max H. -Dense, Alon Peretz -The Destiny, Max H. -Back Home, Max H. Special thanks to Google Earth Studio for the creation of footage using their engine. If you want to learn more and delve deeper into the subject, check out the following articles: - R. Golosetti, ‘Cult Places at Former Oppida in South-East Gaul: Questions of Memory, Tradition and Identity’, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 36:3 (2017), 287-305. - T. Moore, ‘Beyond Iron-Age ‘Towns’: Examining Oppida as Examples of Low-Density Urbanism’, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 36:2 (2017), 171-195. If you enjoyed this video, consider liking and subscribing to A Life in Ruins. #Documentary #Roman #History #Ancient #Celtic #Oppida
XIII Legion in Gaul. "Get back in formation you drunken fool!" Legionary Titus Pullo is a hero of the 13th legion, but look at him now. Justice knows every man's number. He has committed a terrible sacrilege, and he will pay for it with his life! As will any man here who breaks the law. Brawlers and drunkards will be flogged. Thieves will be strangled. Deserters will be crucified. 🤍 🤍 🤍 All rights belong to HBOs Rome
On this channel I show you real people who lived on our planet many years ago. For fans of Anthropology and History. Today I'm going to tell you about.... The grave was discovered in 1876 in France. The body lay in a war chariot, with a bronze helmet, sword, three spears, metal and ceramic utensils, and iron tools next to it. Into the afterlife the chief was accompanied by two warriors who were buried above him. Scholars have named him Katumaros, he was about 24 years old, and he was 167 centimeters tall. He had strong arms and his hips indicated that he had spent a lot of time riding. He starved as a child, but when he grew up, he had access to food rich in plant and animal proteins, as did the warriors buried next to him. One of the warriors buried next to the chief was named Wellokat by scholars. A sword was found next to him. He was about 25 years old, 157 centimeters tall. He had a wrinkled build, rode horseback a lot, and his teeth were damaged, probably from holding the reins. The third man's name was Ateinos. He was the oldest, about 35 years old.
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Composed by Tyler Cunningham Gaul, the region inhabited by the ancient Gauls, comprising modern-day France and parts of Belgium, western Germany, and northern Italy. A Celtic race, the Gauls lived in an agricultural society divided into several tribes ruled by a landed class. Need music for your game or project? Leave a comment, contact me here or on any of my social media. More Music Bandcamp: 🤍 Soundcloud: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Unity Asset Store: 🤍 Ancient History T-shirts:🤍 #Gaul #GallicMusic #AncientEurope
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Vercingetorix, Legendary Gallic king who united ancient Gaul in a heroic attempt to resist the invasion of the mighty Roman Empire and it’s famed general Julius Caesar. Vercingetorix is considered to this day the first national hero of France for his valiant defence of his homeland. But what made Vercingetorix so special, and was he ultimately victorious in defeating the Romans? Let’s find out together... An amazing story, told in the signature raconteur style. If you enjoyed this story, please consider subscribing to the channel. New videos are released every Friday with more great tales from history and mythology, make sure you don't miss out! ✅ Subscribe to the channel - 🤍 ✅ Follow us on Facebook at 🤍 ✅ Follow us on Twitter at 🤍 ✅ Follow us on Instagram at 🤍 All stories are also available as podcasts for listening on the go: 🎧 Apple Podcasts - 🤍 🎧 Spotify Podcasts - 🤍 🎧 For full list of platforms visit 🤍 🎶 Music by Scott Buckley – 🤍scottbuckley.com.au 🎶 Outro music by Oliver Foster Image Credits: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Subscribe Button by MrNumber112 🤍 Thanks for watching!
How did Caesar Conquer Gaul and Destroy the Republic? Caesar had been appointed as dictator back in Rome despite being in and out of Italy as a whole to engage in campaigns in the Middle East and Africa as well as his endeavors in Asia. He was also repeatedly named consul and his dictatorship renewed multiple times, having pardoned his enemies in the Senate and thus laying claim to very few opponents at home. Once he finally returned to Rome again in the 40s BC, Caesar began to roll out new legal reforms, even changing the Roman calendar. He was essentially the sole authority in the crumbling Roman Republic if one could even still call it that, holding the titles of dictator, tribune, and consul ♦Consider supporting the Channel : 🤍 ♦Please consider to SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 ♦Music by Epidemic Sound ♦Script & Research : Skylar J. Gordon #History #Documentary
Listen to the official soundtrack for the Gaul civilization in Civilization VI. SUBSCRIBE for First Looks at other civilizations, leaders, features and tips from the developers of Civilization VI: 🤍 Play Civilization VI ► 🤍 FOLLOW US: OFFICIAL WEBSITE ► 🤍 TWITTER ► 🤍 FACEBOOK ► 🤍 INSTAGRAM ► 🤍 Track list: Gauls - The Ancient Era - Geoff Knorr Gauls - The Medieval Era - Geoff Knorr Gauls - The Industrial Era - Geoff Knorr Gauls - The Atomic Era - Geoff Knorr and Phill Boucher Music composed by Geoff Knorr Additional electronics and arranging by Phill Boucher Niccolo Seligmann: Bass Viol, Vielle, and Bowed Lyra 🤍 Prague FILMharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Andy Brick Martinů Voices Lukas Vasilek, Martinů Voices Conductor Jan Holzner: Orchestra Recording Engineer Michael Hradiský, Orchestra Assistant Engineer Petr Pycha, Orchestra Contractor Tomáš Kirschner, Orchestra Librarian Geoff Knorr, Orchestrator Orchestra and choir recorded at Smecky Music Studios, Prague, Czech Republic Ancient lyre reproduction performed by Geoff Knorr Mixed and mastered by Geoff Knorr ABOUT CIVILIZATION VI - NEW FRONTIER PASS The New Frontier Pass is a new season pass for Civilization VI that brings eight new civilizations and nine new leaders, six new game modes and more to the critically acclaimed strategy game. Content will be released in six DLC packs delivered on a bimonthly basis from May 2020 to March 2021. Some features require either the Gathering Storm or Rise and Fall expansions to play. ABOUT CIVILIZATION VI Civilization VI offers new ways to interact with your world, expand your empire across the map, advance your culture, and compete against history’s greatest leaders to build a civilization that will stand the test of time. ABOUT CIVILIZATION Originally created by legendary game designer Sid Meier, Civilization is a turn-based strategy game in which you attempt to build an empire to stand the test of time. Explore a new land, research technology, conquer your enemies, and go head-to-head with history’s most renowned leaders as you attempt to build the greatest civilization the world has ever known.
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In this Celtic languages comparison video, we explore differences and similarities between Gaulish, Welsh, Breton and Manx - the modern Celtic languages. Gaulish is part of the Indo-European family of languages and is more specifically categorized under the Celtic branch. It was in use from approximately the 6th century BC until the 6th century AD. As the Romans extended their control over the Celtic tribes of Gaul, the Gaulish language gradually gave way to Vulgar Latin, the precursor to the Romance languages, which includes modern French. (more info below) 🏋️♀️ Support my Work: My name is Norbert Wierzbicki and I am the creator of 🤍Ecolinguist channel. You can support my work by volunteering to participate in the future videos or donating to the project. ☕️ Donations → 🤍 (I appreciate every donation no matter how big or small🤠) 📝 Volunteer your language skills for future videos → 🤍 🤓 Join the Ecolinguist DISCORD community → 🤍 🟥 Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 📱 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍the.ecolinguist 🤗 Big thanks to: 🤓 Morgan - the Gaulish researcher and YouTuber → 🤍Gaisowiros 🤓 Paul - Manx teacher and Youtuber → 🤍De Linguis, Manx lessons: 🤍 🤓🏴 Angharad - Mastodon, 🤍AngharadHafod🤍toot.wales 🤓 Daniel - Breton teacher 🎥Recommended videos: Can Irish understand Welsh? | Celtic Languages Comparison → 🤍 🤠 Old Norse | Can Norwegian, Danish and Icelandic speakers understand it? 🤍Jackson Crawford → 🤍 🤓 Latin Language Spoken | Can Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian speakers understand it? → 🤍 Can Modern English Speakers Understand Old English? → 🤍 Old English vs Modern German → 🤍 Dutch vs English → 🤍 🤓 Can American, Australian, and Non-Native English speaker understand Old English? → 🤍 🤓 American, Australian, and Non-Native English speaker vs Old English | #2 → 🤍 🕰 Time Stamps: 0:00 - Introduction 1:35 - What's the challenge about? 2:07 - 1. Challenge 08:43 - Translations & Cognates 14:10 - 2. Challenge 20:06 - Translations & Cognates 25:10 - 3. Challenge 30:33 - Translations & Cognates 36:01 - 4. Challenge 41:20 - Translations & Cognates 52:54 - Commentary More info about the Gaulish language: The Gaulish language was a Celtic language that was spoken in what is now France, Belgium, parts of Switzerland, Northern Italy, as well as the parts of Germany and Hungary west of the Rhine and Danube respectively, prior to the Roman Imperial period. The Gauls were the Celtic tribes living in these regions, hence the name of the language. Despite having been extinct for over a millennium, the Gaulish language has left its mark on modern times in several ways. 1. Place Names: Many modern place names in France and surrounding regions have Gaulish origins. For example, the name of the French capital, Paris, is derived from the Parisii, a Gaulish tribe. 2. Linguistic Influence: The Gaulish language has also influenced the French language. Though French is a Romance language deriving primarily from Latin, it has several words of Gaulish origin. Examples include "char" (cart), "chemin" (path), and "quai" (quay). 3. Cultural Heritage and Revitalization Efforts: In recent years, there has been a resurgence of interest in Gaulish as part of a broader exploration of Celtic heritage and history. Some enthusiasts are even trying to revive the language, much like the revival of other extinct or endangered Celtic languages such as Cornish and Manx. 4. Academic Research: Gaulish continues to be a subject of study for linguists and historians interested in the Celtic world, Indo-European languages, and the historical interaction between the Celtic and Roman cultures. Thus, while the Gaulish language is no longer spoken, its significance remains in the form of linguistic traces, place names, cultural heritage, and academic research. It serves as an important piece of the puzzle for understanding the historical and cultural landscape of Europe. 🤗 Big hug for everyone reading my video descriptions! You rock! 🤓💪🏻 #languagechallenge #celtic #languages
Beginning our inquiry into the identity of historic France, in this episode we discuss Gaul and Romano-Gallic civilisation from the pre-historical Hallstatt Culture to the fall of the Kingdom of Soissons. Gaul from a thriving Bronze Age and later Iron Age culture would routinely engage with the Hellenic and Roman worlds as evidenced from their utilisation of the Greek alphabet. As a culture the 'Gauls' extended from modern day France and northern Spain, to northern Italy, the Balkans and Turkey, though never as a united Empire to rival the Romans. Only against Caesar's invasion would the Gauls politically unite under Vercingetorix only to be defeated at Alessia and Gaul transformed into three Roman provinces. Culturally, the Gauls were united by a druidic caste, that were systematically eliminated by the Romans. Ironically the last remnant of Roman authority in the West would exist as the rump state of the domain of Soissons to resist the German migrations before the conquest of Clovis. With: Columba: 🤍 Marcus Pertinax: 🤍 Supplementary recommendation for viewing: Rome & Romanitas: 🤍
That's right CK3. Today we look at the Fallen Eagle mod for CK3 - one of the best CK3 Mods out there. We begin at the decline of the Roman EMpire and attempt to take advantage of the chaos to RECLAIM GAUL! That's right, we're forming GAUL in order to stop CK3 France from ever becoming a thing. Let's see if we can protect this forgotten Culture and lost faith in Crusader Kings 3. I RECLAIMED GAUL for the GAULS Live on Twitch! - 🤍 Join our Discord! - 🤍 Help us out on Patreon: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Shoutout to our Patreon Supporters! Emperor: Faith incandescent JoshuaS King: Charlie Damerell Crilly Flyerton99 JdoW52 Kargon Sjalmi Lewis Wright Redguard76 ShadowSinger Duke: Benjin ColeZawesome Cutaline Ghostwolf567 Of The Dragon Phalexsu Thomas Carmichael Count: AssBreath Bobby Bottle Service Brandon Smith-Darby danjamrod King of the Hoot Hoots Penda ratsoupchef Red Star Stuart Watson Søren Ryge ThatOneGuy Baron: choppyrice Hachi Professor toad Rhcali Tobias Lauge Borgstrøm Trevor #ck3
⚔️Join DGNFOG now and get 10% off: 🤍 The Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on the ancient civilizations continues with a video on the Celts, as we discuss their ancient origins, culture, religion, economic and political structures, with a focus on the Hallstatt and La Tene civilizations. How Rome Conquered Greece: 🤍 Did the Trojan War Really Happen: 🤍 Demosthenes: 🤍 Ancient Greek Politics and Diplomacy: 🤍 Pyrrhic Wars: 🤍 Ancient Macedonia before Alexander the Great and Philip II: 🤍 Diplomatic Genius of Philip of Macedon: 🤍 Etruscans: 🤍 Bosporan Kingdom: 🤍 Ancient Greek State in Bactria: 🤍 The Greco-Chinese War Over the Heavenly Horses: 🤍 Ancient Greek Kingdom in India: 🤍 Ghaznavids: 🤍 Huns: 🤍 White Huns: 🤍 Gokturks: 🤍 Yuezhi: 🤍 Seljuks: 🤍 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 or Paypal: 🤍 or by joining the youtube membership: 🤍 We are grateful to our patrons and sponsors, who made this video possible: 🤍 The video was made by Arb Paninken 🤍 while the script was developed by Leo Stone. This video was narrated by Officially Devin (🤍 & 🤍 ✔ Merch store ► 🤍 ✔ Patreon ► 🤍 ✔ Podcast ► 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 ✔ PayPal ► 🤍 ✔ Twitter ► 🤍 ✔ Facebook ► 🤍 ✔ Instagram ►🤍 Production Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound: 🤍 #Documentary #Celts #AncientCivilizations
Why did the Celts Collapse? The Celts were a people of mysticism, tenacity, and rich culture. Though they lacked a written language for some time, making it hard to document their lives and civilizations for future generations, we have managed to learn a fair amount about these fascinating people. How they rose to power, how they existed, and even, where they are now… ♦Consider supporting the Channel of Patreon and gain cool stuff: 🤍 ♦Please consider to SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 ♦Music by Epidemic Sound ♦Sources : 🤍 🤍 ♦Script & Research : Skylar Gordon #History #Documentary #Celts
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Let's support historical movies and tv shows as much as we can. If you are subscribed to Netflix, watch Barbarians today, it is very good: 🤍 Kings and Generals historical animated documentary series on the history of the ancient civilizations continues with a video on the ancient origin of the Germanic Tribes. This video covers the origin hypothesis, culture, religion, society, economy, and military of the ancient Germanic peoples and their first clashes with Rome - the Cimbrian War and the battle of the Teutoburg Forest Teutoburg Forest: 🤍 Cimbrian War: 🤍 Ancient Civilizations: 🤍 Roman History: 🤍 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 or Paypal: 🤍 or by joining the youtube membership: 🤍 We are grateful to our patrons and sponsors, who made this video possible: 🤍 The video was made by Yağız Bozan and Murat Can Yağbasan, while the script was researched and written by Leo Stone This video was narrated by Officially Devin (🤍 & 🤍 ✔ Merch store ► 🤍 ✔ Patreon ► 🤍 ✔ Podcast ► 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 ✔ PayPal ► 🤍 ✔ Twitter ► 🤍 ✔ Facebook ► 🤍 ✔ Instagram ►🤍 Production Music courtesy of EpidemicSound #Documentary #Teutoburg #Rome
Celtic Invasion of Rome: How Brennus and the Gauls Sacked Rome Please Buy Me a Coffee: 🤍 Subscribe to Celtic History Decoded: 🤍 Please Support this Channel on Patreon: 🤍 When people think of Gaul and Rome, they usually think of Julius Caesar’s invasion and conquest of Gaul between 58 and 50 BC. 300 years prior to this however, roles were reversed, as the Celts of Gaul invaded and sacked the prized city of Rome. The story starts when the Gauls launched a siege against the inhabitants of the ancient Etruscan city of Clusium, just north of Rome. The Clusium residents appealed to Rome for help, who sent a delegation. Events quickly escalated when one of the Roman delegates of the powerful gens Fabia family killed a Gallic leader, enraging the Gauls. Gallic ambassadors then headed from Rome, hoping that the Romans would hand over those who had killed their fellow Celts. When the Roman Senate refused however, the entire Gallic army headed for Rome. The key battle in the Celtic invasion and occupation of Rome came on the 18th of July, either in 387 or 390 BC, depending on which historian you read, around 10 miles north of Rome. It is known to history as the Battle of Allia, as it was fought where the Allia and Tiber rivers meet in Italy. The Celtic army of the Gauls was led by Brennus, the chief of the Gallic tribes of the Senones, whose territory, in today’s geography, centered around the city of Sens in north-central France. The pace at which the Gauls marched towards Rome surprised the Romans, meaning that the Romans were not well prepared for the Battle of Allia. The Romans did manage to place a force of reserves on a hill to the right of the battlefield. Brennus spotted this however, and as he sensed that these Roman reserves were going to attack the Gauls from behind once the fighting began, Brennus decided to attack the hill first. This move panicked the Romans. Many Roman soldiers simply threw down their weapons and fled. Some drowned in the Tiber River under the weight of this prized armour as they tried to escape the fierce, bare-chested Celtic warriors, who were throwing javelin spears from the river bank. The Gauls, led by their leader, Brennus, overwhelmed the Roman army, which was yet to solidify into the fighting unit we saw centuries later. From that day onwards, July the 18th was considered cursed by the Romans. A few days after victory, Brennus and his army entered Rome. The Porta Collina, or Colline Gate, at the north end of the Servian Wall, was open, and the Roman walls were unmanned, as most soldiers had fled to the city of Veii, just north of Rome. The Gauls embarked on a campaign of rape and plunder, setting Roman buildings ablaze in the process, but this may have been more an intimidation tactic than anything else. The only area of the city still under Roman control was the Capitoline Hill, one of the seven hills of ancient Rome between the forum and the Campus Martius, and the Gauls may have been trying to force their surrender. Brennus and his men killed most of the standing Roman senate. The Roman Republic was embarrassed and humiliated. Both parties were then struck by famine and disease, with malaria breaking out among the Gauls. Negotiations began, and it was agreed that Rome would pay the Gauls 1,000 pounds of gold. Brennus was said to have used dodgy scales when weighing out the ransom, scales which the Gauls had brought with them. When challenged about the accuracy of the scales, Brennus threw his sword on the scales and screamed “Vae victis,” which translates as “woe to the vanquished.” In essence, Brennus was pointing out that the Romans had been destroyed and had no leverage in this situation. There is an addition to this story, although the accuracy of this is disputed. Some argue that the ransom was never paid to the Gauls, as, at the last minute, Rome was saved by a Roman general called Camillus, who had gathered men from nearby cities to fight. He apparently refused to pay the ransom and attacked the Gauls, defeating them in battle the following day. Rome remained in Roman hands for the next 800 years or so, until the Visogoths sacked the famous city in 410 AD. Sources: History.com - 6 Infamous Sacks of Rome 🤍 The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica, Brennus 🤍 Battle of the Allia, Wikipedia - 🤍 Creative Commons Imagery: Med 🤍 Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. 🤍 #CelticHistory #RomanHistory #History Brennus Sack of Rome