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Cities: The First 6,000 Years

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5/27/2019
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For eight euros — about the price of a sandwich — tourists can see some building foundations of the ancient Gallo-Roman town of Lutetia in the “archaelogical crypt” of the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris. Visitors’ puzzled glances reveal the unspoken question “why are we looking at these bits and pieces?” The answer is: because that’s all that’s left.
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