Camulogene

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Camulogene by Eugène-Louis Lequesne

Camulogene was an Aulerci elder and leader of the 52 BC coalition of the Seine peoples according to Caesar.[1] He put a scorched earth policy in place, burning Lutetia then trying to ensnare Titus Labienus's troops. He died in the battle of Lutetia.[2] The Rue Camulogène in Paris is named after him.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Caesar, B.G., VII, 57
  2. ^ Caesar, B.G., VII, 62

Bibliography[edit]

  • (in French) Rousseau, Paul. Les héros de Paris. Paris: Librairie Gédalge. p. 310. 
  •  This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainBouillet, Marie-Nicolas; Chassang, Alexis, eds. (1878). "Camulogene". Dictionnaire Bouillet (in French). 1. p. 327.