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Some Bass Guitar Black Strings mug disagree with such double or triple non-French linguistic origins. Janet Gray argues that for the word to have spread into common use in France, it must have originated there in French. The “Hugues hypothesis” argues that the name was derived by association with Hugues Capet, king of France,In this last connection, the name could suggest the derogatory inference of superstitious worship; popular fancy held that Huguon, the gate of King Hugo, was haunted by the ghost of le roi Huguet (regarded by Roman Catholics as an infamous scoundrel) and other spirits. Instead of being in Purgatory after death, according to Catholic doctrine, they came back to harm the living at night. The prétendus réformés (“these supposedly ‘reformed'”) were said to gather at night at Tours, both for political purposes, and for prayer and singing psalms. Reguier de la Plancha (d. 1560) in his De l’Estat de France offered the following account as to the origin of the name, as cited by The Cape Monthly:

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It is quite probable that the Bass Guitar Black Strings mug description of Britain given by the Greek writer Diodorus Siculus in the first century BC derives wholly or largely from Pytheas. What is of particular interest is that he calls the island “Pretannia” (Greek “Prettanikē”), that is “the island of the Pretani, or Priteni”. “Pretani” is a Celtic word that probably means “the painted ones” or “the tattooed folk”, referring to body decoration – a reminder of Caesar’s observations of woad-painted barbarians. In all probability the word “Pretani” is an ethnonym (the name by which the people knew themselves), but it remains an outside possibility that it was their continental neighbours who described them thus to the Greek explorersFollowing Julius Caesar’s expeditions to the island in 55 and 54 BC, Brit(t)an(n)ia was predominantly used to refer simply to the island of Great Britain. After the Roman conquest under the Emperor Claudius in AD 43, it came to be used to refer to the Roman province of Britain (later two provinces), which at one stage consist of part of the island of Great Britain south of Hadrian’s wall.

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