Commugny- Splendeurs murales d’une villa romaine

Michel Fuchs and Evelyne Ramjoué

French, Roman Museum of Nyon, Exhibition handbook (47 p.), 1994.

The remains of the Commugny Roman villa are buried under the cemetery, the vicarage and the village church. This was one of the big multi-purpose rural establishments that ensured essential economic activities in ancient times: agriculture and animal husbandry, often supplemented by craft products. The Commugny villa was, however, a particularly luxurious example, as can be seen from the famous group of wall paintings in the exhibition.

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