The temple in Zingsheim is part of a Gallo-Roman temple complex that was discovered in 1960. Uncovered was the 2.60 x 3.40 m Cella of the Dealing Temple, which was surrounded by a pillar-supported handling (as you can see well, for example, the reconstructed temple on the Martberg on the Moselle). The foundations were discovered during construction work in the industrial area in the corridor section "Vor Hirschberg", which is why the temple today also bears this nickname.Source: incipesapereaude.wordpress.com/2014/03/24/antike-statten-romisches-matronenheiligtum-zingsheim
March 26, 2018
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