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CASTELNAU-MAGNOAC Hautes-Pyrénées, France.

A Roman milestone in white Saint-Béat marble (preserved in the church) bears the name of Constantine and dates from 306-307. It was turned upside down and recarved to serve as a holy-water basin.


M. Labrousse, “Un milliaire inédit de Constantin à Castelnau-Magnoac (Hautes-Pyrénées),” Pallas 4 (1956) 67-86 (= P. Wuilleumier, Inscriptions latines des Trois Gaules [1963] 187, no. 464).


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