Roman villa of the Late Empire at Saint-Brice-de-Cassan
on the left bank of the Aulouse has been under excavation since 1966. The villa has decorative elements characteristic of the 4th c.: facings in white marble from Saint-Béat, polychrome mosaics of geometric design,
painted pargets. After its abandonment, it was used as a
cemetery in the Middle Ages, like many other villae in
M. Labrousse in Gallia
24 (1966) 437;
26 (1968) 544; 28 (1970) 420, 422, & fig. 31.