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The legacy of the ancient road in the Upper Middle Ages Gaule (Ve-19th century)

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Buildings--Design and construction
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Building design
Western architecture (Western countries)
Architecture, Western (Western countries)
Architecture
Worth
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Abstract

If Albert Grenier believes, ‘The Middle Ages is the gradual deceptency of roads’. In his view, there were only two stages of road construction: Roman emperors and Royal bridges and carriages, but he added that ‘Roman roads only ended in the 18th century’. In the face of these two contradictory statements (because, how could the Roman tracks have lasted for 13 centuries without any repair?), it is worth noting...

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