Canton of Remoulins, Gard, France.
Important pre-Roman and Gallo-Roman sanctuary
at the end of a narrow, rocky, and very wild gorge, at
the place called l'Ermitage de Notre-Dame-de-Laval, not
far from a spring. The sanctuary has yielded, among
other ancient artifacts, several Gallo-Greek and Gallo-Roman votive inscriptions. These are preserved on the
spot, in the Romanesque chapel, or at the Musée de
Nîmes (Aramo, Mars Budenicus, Minerva Sulivia Idennica, Jupiter). The site, which is comparable to the
spring sanctuaries of Glanum, Vaucluse, and Groseau
en Provence, deserves excavation.
Carte archéologique de la Gaule romaine
, fasc. VIII, Gard (1941) 163, no. 184.