Buzenol Milestone

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Geoffrey Marchal
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published on 23 February 2020
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The Buzenol milestone, 44 CE, Stone, Found in the Roman fortification of the Lower Empire from Montauban to Buzenol (in modern day Luxembourg). Originally located on the edge of the Reims-Trier road, the marker signals the distance between it and Trier, 54 miles. It was set up in 44 CE during the reign of the Roman emperor Claudius who built the road.Museum of Art History, (Musée du Cinquantenaire), Brussels. Made with RealityCapture.

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