In Gallia Narbonensis. On the left bank of the Rhône
was a Gallo-Roman vicus covering several ha. In the
area known as Clarasson a quantity of tiles were unearthed and, at least 100 m from the site, enormous clay pits, suggesting that this was the site of the Clarianus workshops, which flooded the W Empire with their products. There is also a villa with mosaics and floors of opus-signinum of the Glanum type.
M. Leglay, “Informations,” Gallia
(1968) 586-88; 29 (1971) 427.