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The town has a long tradition of winemaking, leatherworking and textiles. The region around Dinant was already settled in the Neolithic period. In the second century BC, it became an important centre of Celtic culture named "Divodurum" or "Divodorum", meaning 'divine hill'. This hill was called by Julius Caesar Divus ("the divine one") Mons (Latin for 'hill'). It is near Dinant that Julius Caesar defeated Gaulish forces under Vercingetorix in 52 BC.