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Timeline of the Gaulish Race
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Gaulish conquest of Transalpine Gaul(France, Belgium, Netherlands, and Western Germany)
Gaulish conquest of Iberia(Portugal and Spain)
Gaulish conquest of the Balkans
Gaulish conquest of Cisalpine Gaul(Northern Italy) and the Hercynian Forest(Southern and Central Germany)
Gaulish conquest of Phrygia(Turkey) & Failed invasion of Greece
Enslavement of the Gaulish Race by the Romans
Sack of Rome by the Gauls
First Bagaudae(Gaulish insurgents)
Conquest by the Bagaudae of Armorica and the Loire Valley
Conquest by the Bagaudae of Central Gaul and the Ebro Valley
Frankish feoderati are settled in Toxandria(Belgium)
Enslavement of the Gaulish Race by the Chlodowig I, kings of the Germans
An anonymous author publishes "Lancelot-Grail" portraying Lancelot as a Gaulish warrior fighting to reconquer Gaul from a Frankish king named Claudias
Chrestien de Troyes publishes "Lancelot, the Knight of Cart" based on Gaulish folklore
François Hotman publishes "Franco-Gallia"
Henri de Boulainvilliers publishes "Dissertation of the Nobility of France"
Gaulish Revolution and slaughter of the German oppressors
Beheading of Chlodowig XVI, the German tyrant
Sieyes publishes "What is the Third Estate" and proclaims : "Why should it not repatriate to the Franconian forests all the families who wildly claim to descend from the race of the conquerors and to inherit their rights of conquest ?"
Citizen Ducalle proclaims : "Are we then the descendants of their(the Franks) impure blood? Citizens, please God, we are of the pure blood of the Gauls !"
Jacques-Antoine Dulaure proclaims : "You were at the mercy of the Barbarians, whose ancestors massacred your ancestors. They are all foreigners, savages escaped from the woods of Germany, of the frozen land of Saxony... I am of Gaulish race !"
Gaul's borders are restored
Enslavement of the Germans by the Gauls
Birth of Vercingetorix
Ernest Lavisse publishes "History of France" containing the famous phrase : "Our ancestors the Gauls"
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