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GUIPAVAS Finistère, France.

The commune of Guipavas, around the villages of Cosquerou, Beuzidel, and Kergevarec, contains a huge Gallo-Roman agricultural complex. Many remains of walls, made with a core of mortared rubble faced with small blocks, can be seen in the fields. Traces have also been found of a large rectangular building oriented NW-SE and, a little farther off, of another smaller structure oriented N-S.


“Informations,” Gallia 25, 2 (1967) 226.


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