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Vesuna, Perigueux France
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Vesuna, Perigueux France




The Gallo-Roman city Vesuna was named after the Gallic goddess Vesuna. The museum is built over the archeological site.

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Remains

Remains of the roman amphitheatre
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Gallic

Gallic Jupiter
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Remains

Remains of a roman citywall
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Remains

Remains of a roman city gate
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Remains

Remains of a roman city gate
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Roman

Roman pump
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Room

Room wallpainting and missing tiles
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Hinges'

Hinges
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Weights

Weights for a loom
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Goose

Goose scratched in the plaster
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Private

Private bath
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Animal

Animal scratched in the plaster
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Pebbles

Pebbles and buttons
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Dice'

Dice
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Peristylum

Peristylum and fountain
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Praefornum

Praefornum and floorheating
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Hypocaustum

Hypocaustum or floorheating
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Model

Model of the villa of Pompeius (bathroom)
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Tools

Tools and nails
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Model

Model of the villa of Pompeius
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Local

Local god
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Picture

Picture of the pantheon in Rome
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Grave

Grave marker for a deceased blacksmith
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Picture

Picture of the amphitheatre
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Relief

Relief of a roman helmet
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