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The Romans called France, Gaul.

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What did the Romans call the land that was France?

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What was the name Romans had for France?

Romans called the place that is now France "Gallia" (Gaul in English, Gaule in French).


When did the Romans invaed France?

The Romans invaded what is present day France in 58 BC under Julius Caesar.


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What was the France referred to by the Romans?

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What did the Romans leave behind in France that were very useful?

Roads and aqueducts were abandoned in France and remained in use for years after the Romans left.


Why is there less evidence of aqueducts in Britain than in France or Spain?

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What contries were the Romans and normans from?

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