On the Penchant de Majonelle there existed a large Gallo-Roman
establishment, no doubt a villa. It was occupied until very
late times, as is attested by the discovery on the site of
a Byzantine coin of Phokis.
Near the fountain and vanished hamlet of Frascati, an
ancient kiln has been discovered in which glazed pottery
was fired under oxidizing conditions.
R. Montagnac, “Four antique de potier
à Montlauzun,” Bull. de la Soc. des Et. du Lot
31-36; M. Labrousse in Gallia
24 (1966) 442 & fig. 34;
26 (1968) 549-50; 28 (1970) 430.