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Bibracte was the capital of the Celtic people of the Aedui, developed in the 1st century BCE. As the nerve centre of the power of the Aeduean aristocracy, it was also an important place of craftsmanship and trade where miners, blacksmiths and minters rubbed shoulders over an area of nearly 135 hectares.
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