Village gaulois d’Ensérune

The Oppidum d’Ensérune is an ancient hill-town (or oppidum). The settlement was occupied without interruption between the 6th century BC and 1st century AD, its location being chosen presumably because it was a hill with good views over the coastal plain, being close to the Roman road Via Domitia, the Montady lake, and fertile agricultural land below.

2012

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