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AUBENAS Ardèhe, France.

Situated in Gallia Narbonensis. Although not a Gallo-Roman city, it is surrounded by a number of Gallic and Roman sites. At Saint-Pierre-le-Vieux, in the area called the Champ des Colonnes, is a somewhat carelessly built Gallo-Roman villa which has yielded some pottery (terra sigillata, everyday ware, and white Allier ware) and a bronze statuette of the goddess Victoria. The oppidum of Jastres was first Galhic, then Roman. At Saint-Martin-les-Ollières and at Mas Geole are two villas that show traces of ironworking and pottery manufacture.


M. Leglay, “Informations,” Gallia 22 (1964) 537-39.


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