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Parisii

 

a Celtic tribe that lived along the Seine River and whose center was Lutetia, which was located in what is now Paris.

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Thousands of years ago, La Seine hosted on its banks the Parisii, a Celtic tribe of Indo-European people, in the broad spectrum of time during the Iron Age.
The place across the Channel that is renowned for fashion, food and the Eiffel Tower got its name from the Celtic Parisii tribe who lived there from the third century BC.
The name Paris can trace its roots to the 3rd century BC and the Celtic settlers of the area, who were known as the "Parisii." Today the people of Paris are called Parisians.
Todos ellos registran ocupaciones de poblacion local durante el periodo de dominacion incaica, aunque no hay evidencia arqueologica de control estatal directo y la informacion etnohistorica es escasa (Parisii 1994).
The variety of presentations includes design exhibition of 60 contemporary works "New Olds: Between Tradition and Innovation," a children's festival "Lakbayan Natin ang EU," a choral contest "Musica FEUROPA" presented by EU and Far Eastern University, a culinary festival featuring European chefs and the rich and diverse European cuisine, a Pockemon crew dance performance, a French film festival, a concert by the Quatuor Parisii String Quartet, and "Fete de la Musique 2014."
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I was tempted down twice, once for a song-recital by Warwickshire-based baritone Roderick Williams premiering a wonderful new work by Worcesterbased Ian Venables, and the second time for an absorbing collage of mind-stimulating string quartet music by Bach, Beethoven and Pierre Boulez, no less, the Quatuor Parisii the providers of this intellectual feast.
His string quartets--there are now eleven of them--have been performed by the Cuarteto Latinoamericano in Mexico, Quatuor Parisii in France and the St Lawrence Quartet in the USA.
The Romans, having defeated the Parisii - the indigenous tribe from which the city takes its name - quarried stone from the area to gather the building blocks of their new settlement, resulting in a warren of caves far underground.
The Romans, having defeated the Parisii ( the indigenous tribe from which the city takes its name ( quarried stone from the area to gather the building blocks of their new settlement, resulting in a warren of caves far underground.
Parisii Studentis' who composed his Tractatus orthographiae towards the end of the thirteenth century had a background of study in Paris and teaches French through the medium of Latin.
It was originally inhabited by a Gallic tribe known by the Romans as the Parisii, hence the city's name today.