Helvetian

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Helvetian

1. another word for Swiss
2. a native or citizen of Switzerland
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Originally inhabited by the Helvetians, or Helvetic Celts, the territory comprising modern Switzerland came under Roman rule during the Gallic wars in the 1st century BC and remained a Roman province until the 4th century AD.
The expansion of this process is witnessed in other pieces, such as: Thomas Maissen, "How the Swiss Confederacy became the Helvetians.
Whether it was the Helvetians who settled the area after their defeat at the hands of Julius Caesar in the year 58 B.