Gallo-Roman temple in Genainville

The Gallo-Roman temple in Genainville, a French commune in the Val-d'Oise department in the Île-de-France region, was built around 160 CE.
Gallo-Roman temple in Genainville

The Gallo-Roman temple in Genainville, a French commune in the Val-d'Oise department in the Île-de-France region, was built around 160 CE. The temple ruins are located on an excavation site called the Site des Vaux-de-la-Celle and protected as a Monument Historique.

The temple with a double cella was part of a conciliabulum, a meeting place. Remnants of the wall painting were found inside, the floors were covered with stone slabs or cement.

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Gallo-Roman temple in Genainville
Temple (Genainville), 10 Rue de Champagne, 95420 Genainville, France
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