Via Agrippa

The term Via Agrippa, describes any stretch of the network of Roman roads in Gaul that were built by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, to whom Octavian entrusted the reorganization of the Gauls. In all, the Romans built 21,000 kilometres (13,000 mi) of roads in Gaul.

Read more about Via Agrippa:  Agrippa's Project, The Southern Route, Traces of The via Agrippa, Roman Milestones

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Via Agrippa - Roman Milestones
... In addition to twenty-two surviving milestones recovered along the route is one of the 3rd or 4th century reused in the ambulatory of the choir of the Cathedral of Valence, where its inscription may still be read Translation "The Emperor Caesar Lucius Domitian Aurelianus, pious, fortunate, invincible, august, high priest, greatest conqueror of the Germans, Goths, Carpi, Parthians, reinvested with the power of a Tribune for the time, consul times, father of his country, proconsul, restorer of universal peace, restored it 3 miles". ...