In Narbonne, in southwestern France, a team of researchers is exploring France’s largest archaeological dig site to uncover the forgotten splendor of this small coastal town during antiquity. Between the 1st century B.C. and the 3rd century A.D., the town known as Narbo Martius, the first Roman colony on Gallic lands, was a hub of Mediterranean trade and the equal of the one that gave birth to it, Rome. The film revives this golden age of Roman Gaul.
Audience Favorite Award – ICRONOS – 18th Bordeaux International Archaeological Film Festival
AWARD for the best film in scientific merit – ICRONOS – 18th Bordeaux International Archaeological Film Festival