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Chapelle de Saint Julien

Historic site and monument, Religious heritage, Chapel, Religious site, Ancient in Martigues
  • A symbol of the romanisation of Martigues, it expresses the integration of the local elite in a new political and social system.

  • The northern façade of the Chapelle de Saint Julien features a stone bas-relief of La Couronne which probably belonged to a monumental mausoleum. It represents a familiar funeral scene with a couple in the centre with two small children surrounded by two figures wearing gowns and two soldiers.

    Built during the first century AD, it is linked to the creation of a villa lower on the plain. The building is a tribute to the first master and founder of the residential and farming estate of...
    The northern façade of the Chapelle de Saint Julien features a stone bas-relief of La Couronne which probably belonged to a monumental mausoleum. It represents a familiar funeral scene with a couple in the centre with two small children surrounded by two figures wearing gowns and two soldiers.

    Built during the first century AD, it is linked to the creation of a villa lower on the plain. The building is a tribute to the first master and founder of the residential and farming estate of Saint Julien.
  • Environment
    • In the country
    • Close to a trunk road
    • Village centre
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