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List of Roman villas in Belgium

This is a list of Roman villas currently located in Belgium. It is ordered by province. Links in bold direct to a page specifically on that villa; ordinary links link to an article on the town or village in or near which that villa is sited.

By province

Antwerp

Brabant (Flemish)

Brabant (Walloon)

Brussels

East Flanders

Hainaut

Liège

Limburg

Luxembourg

Namur

West Flanders

Related links

  • Archeoforum of Liège
  • Villa Romaine de Basse-Wavre
  • Villa romaine de Malagne
  • Map of Gallo-Roman cities, towns, villas, forts and tumuli in Belgium

See also

References

  1. ^ Atlas du Sous-sol Archéologique de la Région de Bruxelles, volume 16, Schaerbeek. Direction des MOnuments et des Sites, Musées royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, Bruxelles, 2006.
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