Gallic and Gallo-Roman sanctuaries
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At Chilly (Somme), it appears that the sanctuary is adjacent to a vicus The layout of the sanctuary at Cantaing (Nord) appears to be within an enclosure with adjacent arcades.
At Chilly (Somme), it appears that the sanctuary is adjacent to a vicus. The layout of the sanctuary at Cantaing (Nord) appears to be within an enclosure with adjacent arcades.
Vast sanctuary discovered at Fluy (Somme). On bare ground in wintertime, the temple can be seen near the water tower. Detail of a temple in a large rectilinear enclosure that appears to be bordered by wide arcades. Fluy (Somme).
Vast sanctuary discovered at Fluy (Somme). On bare ground in wintertime, the temple can be seen near the water tower. Detail of a temple in a large rectilinear enclosure that appears to be bordered by wide arcades. Fluy (Somme).
Fontaine-sur-Somme. Gallo-Roman temple visible after plowing. Same site on another occasion, seen against the light. The dark patches indicate the placement of the temple and its annexes, which were made of wood and earth.
Fontaine-sur-Somme. Gallo-Roman temple visible after plowing. Same site on another occasion, seen against the light. The dark patches indicate the placement of the temple and its annexes, which were made of wood and earth.


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