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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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Relief

Relief of a roman helmet
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Relief

Relief of a celtic helmet
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Relief

Relief of roman armory
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Relief

Relief of Triton
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Lead

Lead pipe
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Picture

Picture of the villa of Pompeius
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Piece

Piece of an aqueduct
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Remains

Remains of the villa of Pompeius
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Model

Model of the temple of Vesuna
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Bronze

Bronze foot
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Picture

Picture of a Roman shop
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picture

picture of a Roman bathhouse
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Picture

Picture of a Roman public toilet
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Picture

Picture of a trading boat
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Mosaic'

Mosaic
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Amphitheatre'

Amphitheatre
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Model

Model of the Vesuna temple
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Model

Model of the ancient city of Vesuna
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Model

Model of the city of Vesuna in the middle ages
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Picture

Picture of the Vesuna temple
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Vesuna

Vesuna temple cella
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Gravemarker'

Gravemarker
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cella

cella of the Vesuna temple
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Map

Map of the Roman empire in the 3rd century
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