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SAINTE-EULALIE-DE-CERNON Aveyron, France.

A small Gallo-Roman sanctuary on the Puech Caut (elev. 861 m), on the edge of the Larzac plateau, excavated from 1960 to 1963. It includes an enclosure (32-35 m square) and a rectangular cella (7.5 x 5.4 m). The artifacts recovered include a sheet-bronze patera with handles decorated with swans' necks, 15 coins ranging from a small Massaliot bronze with a goring bull to a middle-sized bronze of Faustinus II, and a large amount of La Graufesenque terra sigillata.


BIBLIOGRAPHY

A. Soutou, “La patère à têtes de cygne du temple gallo-romain de Puech Caut,” Ogam 14 (1962) 393-406I; id., “Trois sites gallo-romains du Rouergue: I, Le temple de Puech Caut,” Gallia 25 (1967) 11 1-27I.

M. LABROUSSE

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