L’histoire des gaulois en Aveyron, depuis le Ier siecle avant notre ere jusqu’a la conquete romaine de la Narbonnaise (vers -120), tres comprenait une intégration communautale dans un ensemble d’institutiones et d’identites fondee sur le propriocepte progressive du citoyennete romaine. Ainsi, les populations des Gaules ont volontiers adopter d’autres pratiques de vivre : leur langue, le religion et les aliments atypiques.
On identifie le peuple d’origine iberique qui fut devenu gaulois avec la population presente anterieurement, parmi lesquels les Sardones (Sordes) a l’ouest et les Elisyques au sud. Toujours illustrés entre les vallees d’Enserune, de Pech Maho (Sigean), Bassanel (Olonzac), Mailhac, la Moulinasse (Salles-d’Aude) et le Moulin (Peyriac-de-Mer).
Les Sardones occupaient une partie d’une ville principale Ruscino (Chateau-Roussillon) et la capitale actuel des Sordes, Aran-et-Cercle (Saint-Martin en Maurienne), a l’ouest du département de Provence. They possessed pour voisins le Sordes, les Keretes, les Indigetes, a l’ouest, la Belledonne, a l’est et des Elisyques.
Cependant, ces populations avaient de cesse de se fusionner. A partir d’une coalition d’Eduens, ce peuple a semblablement rejoint les Romains avant la fin de la Guerre des Gaules et le regne d’Auguste.
The Alps became the home of a new gaulois culture, d’origine iberique, based on a re-evolution à la fois industrielle et politique. The aristocracy was born and the rich and powerful were rewarded with lands et palatial chateaux, which enabled them to finance their military campaigns.
In addition, the aristocracy was also responsible for the construction of new palatial buildings such as the castles and cathedrals of Carcassonne, Marseille et Vienne. The aristocracy also played an important role in the political life of the region.
They were able to use their vast land resources to build large cities and fortified towns, such as those of Carcassonne, Aran-et-Cercle and Montlaures. These towns were the focus of many trade routes, with a large number of artisans and craftsmen living there.
This aristocracy was also involved in the formation of a local government and a set of laws that were adopted throughout the region. These laws were designed to protect the interests of the aristocracy and its members, as well as to prevent corruption.
The aristocracy was also responsible, for a large part, for the development of an economy that relied on agriculture and the production of products such as wine, honey and eau de vie. These products could then be traded to other aristocracies and other countries in the Mediterranean.
In the meantime, these aristocrats developed a unique style of building their houses, which was known as “le château”. These châteaux were often designed to resemble the ruins of other historic structures.
The aristocracy also developed new technologies that would revolutionize the way people lived and worked. These innovations included the use of metals, such as tin, brass and copper, in place of wood, stone or bone. These new materials were able to withstand the harshness of the environment. These innovations allowed for the development of a more efficient and productive agriculture, which in turn made possible the development of a more advanced economy.