Lezoux Plate

Illustration

Helene Perdicoyianni-Paleologou
by Elliott Sadourny
published on 21 June 2022

The Lezoux plate, a ceramic plate found in 1970 at Lezoux, Puy-de-Dôme, France. The engraved text is one of the longest ones in the Gaulish language, in a Gallo-Latin cursive script.

Prefectural Museum of Ceramics, Lezoux

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