You can’t swing a cat in Arles without hitting Roman ruins. I badly for anyone who wants to undertake a building project there. They must expect to uncover Roman ruins when they start digging as they are everywhere.
They pop up on random streets and sections of viaducts decorate the middle of traffic circles!
Around 200 B.C., the Romans extended their empire into what is now southern France. At the time, it was inhabited by the Celtic Gauls who resisted Roman domination. Rome wanted control of the region to ensure the continuity and security of their supply lines to Spain.
In 56 B.C. Julius Caesar’s legions kicked the crap out of the Celtic Gauls. Romans took control of the territory. As a result, some of the most significant Roman towns outside of Italy are in the south of France. We saw the
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