Gallo-Roman

Styles and cultures that developed in the area of Gaul, in modern France and south and west of the Rhine river, under the influence of Roman rule and culture. The term is also used to refer narrowly to the style and culture that developed among Gallic people in Gaul, under Roman influence.

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Gallo-Roman
Gallo-Romeins Dutch
Galorromano Spanish

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Refers to the styles and cultures that developed in the area of Gaul, in modern France and south and west of the Rhine river, under the influence of Roman rule and culture. The term is also used to refer narrowly to the style and culture that developed among Gallic people in Gaul, under Roman influence.

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Bibliography

  1. 1.  The Getty Art & Architecture Thesaurus, 300020580. The J. Paul Getty Trust.