Since April 1, 2015, a programmed archaeological excavation has been conducted at the municipal site of Trinquetaille, on the right bank of the Rhône River in Arles. This excavation, qualified as indispensable by the Ministry of Culture, is being realized by the Archaeology Service of the Departmental Council of Bouches-du-Rhône with support from the city of Arles. It benefits from a partnership with Inrap and collaboration with the Ministry of Culture and Communication, the CNRS, the University of Aix-Marseille and the Centre Camille Julian. This research excavation, which began in 2014 and will end in 2016, has conducted during four months each year. During the first excavation season in 2014, in a house dated to the 1st century BC, the archaeologists discovered a rare painted decoration of the Second Pompeian Style, dated in

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