Gallic settlements : The aedificia (aristocratic Gallic farms)
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Prouzel (Somme). On bare ground, the winter dew has revealed the location of curved, nested enclosures of a type A native farm. Quesnoy-sur-Airaines (Somme). A type A native farm with curved enclosure.
Prouzel (Somme). On bare ground, the winter dew has revealed the location of curved, nested enclosures
of a type A native farm.
Quesnoy-sur-Airaines (Somme). A type A native farm with curved enclosure.
Conty-Luzières (Somme). Type B native farm with both a straight-sided and a curved enclosure. Tartigny (Oise). Multiple enclosures of a large native farm in the process of becoming Romanized, with the outline of a small building with stone foundations.
Conty-Luzières (Somme). Type B native farm with both a straight-sided and a curved enclosure. Tartigny (Oise). Multiple enclosures of a large native farm in the process of becoming Romanized, with the outline of a small building with stone foundations.
Blangy-Tronville (Somme). It would seem that we are in the presence of a type B native farm. But careful examination reveals the Gallo-Roman foundations. The same site, in winter after deep plowing. This time, all we can see are the white lines of the foundations of a small Gallo-Roman villa.
Blangy-Tronville (Somme). It would seem that we are in the presence of a type B native farm. But careful examination reveals the Gallo-Roman foundations.
des substructions gallo-romaines.
The same site, in winter after deep plowing. This time, all we can see are the white lines of the foundations of
a small Gallo-Roman villa.

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