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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 Brannovices or Brannovi were a Gallic people mentioned by Julius Caesar (B. G. vii. 75). D'Anville conjectures that they may have been in the canton of Brionnois, near M con, Sa ne-et-Loire, France. Walckenaer (G og. vol. i. p. 331) has some remarks on these people. In Caesar (B. G. vii. 75) there are also readings "Blannovicibus" and "Blannoviis" (Oudendorp. ed. Caes.); and Walckenaer proposes to place the "Blannovices" or "Brannovices" in the district of M con, where D'Anville also places the Brannovices or Brannovii. Walckenaer urges, in favor of this supposition, the existence of a place called Blannot in the district of M con. There is another Blannot in the department of C te d'Or, about 22 km from Arnay, and here Walckenaer places the Blannovii. The controversy has not been resolvedshow more

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