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France, Nemausus - Bollard
NÓmes was founded by Augustus, with veterans from his Egyptian campaigns. The coin-type with the crocodile chained to a palm is famous, and still used by NÓmes as its coat of arms today. Here it appears on one of the (modern) bollards set up around the ancient amphitheatre.
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Lloyd T  [Mar 02, 2011 at 02:55 AM]
What a great idea - A handy bollard to which to chain your crocodile! Every town should have one!