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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Bellovaci were among the most powerful and numerous of the Belgic tribes of north-eastern Gaul conquered by Julius Caesar in 57 BC. The name survives today in the French city of Beauvais, called by the Romans Caesaromagus. The territory of the Bellovaci extended from modern Beauvais to the Oise River, along the coast. Beauvais is a French city approximately 77.6 kilometers north of Paris. The Bellovaci neighboured six tribes, Ambiani, Viromandui, Suessiones, Veliocasses, Caleti and Parisii.
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