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LÉZAT-SUR-LÈZE Aringe, France.

All around Lézat, in the valley of the Lèze and on the slopes which enclose it, the location of seven Gallo-Roman establishments have been identified. One of these is situated on the very place where the abbey was built. Another has produced a golden penny of Valentinian III.


Urbain Gondal, “Essai d'inventaire des sites gallo-romains de Lézat-sur-Lèze,” Annales du Midi 81 (1969) 245-61; cf. Bull. de la Soc. ariégeoise des Sciences, Lettres et Arts 24 (1968) 278-79; M. Labrousse in Gallia 22 (1964) 427; 26 (1968) 515.


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