Gaulish is an extinct Celtic member of the Indo-European language family formerly spoken in Northern Italy, France and Britain.
"[f]orum for the discussion of Continental Celtic languages and cultures ... Continental Celtic cultures include Lepontic, Gaulish, Celtiberian, and Galatian."
Some basic information, including grammatical, on the Gaulish language. The page is an article of the online Encyclopædia Orbis Latini.
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