Monday, April 20, 2020

Sculptural Fragments from a Sanctuary in Roman Gaul

Beginning in 2014, archaeologists from INRAP excavated a Gallo-Roman sanctuary along the Oise River near Pont-Sainte-Maxence, now an outer suburb northeast of Paris. The found the remains of what they say was a monumental entrance, 70 m (230 feet) long. Love these fragments.

Below, a conjectural reconstruction of the gateway.

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