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    Authors: Boulanger, Karine; Froeliger, Nathalie; Mondy, Magali;

    La fouille préventive réalisée par l’Inrap en 2008 et 2009 à Damblain, commune localisée à l’extrême sud de la Lorraine, a notamment permis de mettre au jour les thermes d’une importante villa gallo-romaine occupée du ier au iiie siècle. Le vestiaire et le frigidarium avec son bain froid sont les deux principales pièces ayant livré des enduits peints. La première était décorée de bandes linéaires contenant des compositions à réseau différentes, dont l’emplacement sur les murs pose bien des questions. Le comblement du frigidarium et de son bassin froid conservait également de nombreux éléments d’architecture permettant de reconstituer son élévation et sa voûte. During 2008 and 2009 a rescue excavation at Damblain (in the extreme south of Lorraine), conducted by the Institut national de recherches archéologiques preventives (Inrap), allowed the baths of a large Gallo-Roman villa to be brought to light. The villa was occupied from the 1st to the 3rd centuries. The apoditerium and the frigidarium were the two major rooms retaining vestiges of wall paintings. The first was decorated with linear bands containing different repeated patterns, though their arrangement on the walls remains hypothetical. The filling of the frigidarium and its cold water pool also conserved numerous architectural elements that allowed its elevation and vault to be surmised. Eine in den Jahren 2008 und 2009 vom Institut national de recherches archéologiques préventives (Inrap) in Damblain (Department Vosges, France) durchgeführte Rettungsgrabung führte zu Freilegung einer bemerkenswerten römischen Villenanlage, die vom 1. bis zum 3. Jahrhundert n. Chr. existierte. Zwei Räume der Badeanlage der villa, das apoditerium und das frigidarium, waren die einzigen Räume, bei denen Wandmalereien erhalten waren. Der erste Raum war mit linearen Bändern in unterschiedlichen Kompositionen und Arrangements verziert, jedoch bleibt ihre genaue Anordnung an den Wänden hypothetisch. Die Verfüllung des frigidarium und des in diesem Raum befindlichen Kaltwasserbeckens lieferte dagegen zahlreiche Architekturelemente, die es erlaubten, die ehemalige Innenraumgestaltung und die vorhandenen Gewölbe zu rekonstruieren. (Trad. Julian Wiethold)

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    Authors: Boulanger, Karine; Froeliger, Nathalie; Mondy, Magali;

    La fouille préventive réalisée par l’Inrap en 2008 et 2009 à Damblain, commune localisée à l’extrême sud de la Lorraine, a notamment permis de mettre au jour les thermes d’une importante villa gallo-romaine occupée du ier au iiie siècle. Le vestiaire et le frigidarium avec son bain froid sont les deux principales pièces ayant livré des enduits peints. La première était décorée de bandes linéaires contenant des compositions à réseau différentes, dont l’emplacement sur les murs pose bien des questions. Le comblement du frigidarium et de son bassin froid conservait également de nombreux éléments d’architecture permettant de reconstituer son élévation et sa voûte. During 2008 and 2009 a rescue excavation at Damblain (in the extreme south of Lorraine), conducted by the Institut national de recherches archéologiques preventives (Inrap), allowed the baths of a large Gallo-Roman villa to be brought to light. The villa was occupied from the 1st to the 3rd centuries. The apoditerium and the frigidarium were the two major rooms retaining vestiges of wall paintings. The first was decorated with linear bands containing different repeated patterns, though their arrangement on the walls remains hypothetical. The filling of the frigidarium and its cold water pool also conserved numerous architectural elements that allowed its elevation and vault to be surmised. Eine in den Jahren 2008 und 2009 vom Institut national de recherches archéologiques préventives (Inrap) in Damblain (Department Vosges, France) durchgeführte Rettungsgrabung führte zu Freilegung einer bemerkenswerten römischen Villenanlage, die vom 1. bis zum 3. Jahrhundert n. Chr. existierte. Zwei Räume der Badeanlage der villa, das apoditerium und das frigidarium, waren die einzigen Räume, bei denen Wandmalereien erhalten waren. Der erste Raum war mit linearen Bändern in unterschiedlichen Kompositionen und Arrangements verziert, jedoch bleibt ihre genaue Anordnung an den Wänden hypothetisch. Die Verfüllung des frigidarium und des in diesem Raum befindlichen Kaltwasserbeckens lieferte dagegen zahlreiche Architekturelemente, die es erlaubten, die ehemalige Innenraumgestaltung und die vorhandenen Gewölbe zu rekonstruieren. (Trad. Julian Wiethold)

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