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Center point of archaeological site of Barzan

a Pleiades location resource

Creators: Johan Åhlfeldt
Contributors: Jeffrey Becker, Sean Gillies
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Last modified Jun 12, 2019 07:49 PM History
The Gallo-Roman site of Barzan on Google Maps and Cartes IGN is identified as Novioregum.


{ "type": "Point", "coordinates": [ -0.87817199999999995, 45.534323000000001 ] }



Cartes IGN


  • Roman, early Empire (30 BC-AD 300) (confident)

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According to J. Dassie (1999) La Grande Lieue Gauloise, Gallia 56, (285-311), online at Persée, Tamnum (Antonini 459,1) is identified as Consac, Lamnum (Peutinger map, Talbert 2010, no. 699) as Pons, and Novioregum as Barzan (Antonini 459,2). All three places are in département Charente-Maritime.

Antonini - Gustav Parthey, Moritz Pinder, Itinerarium Antonini Augusti et Hierosolymitanum, Berlin, 1848, 249, 1-2, p 219 at Google Books.