Saint Jean Le Vieux, Imus Pyrenaeus
It corresponds to a Roman-period urban centre located on the northern side of the Pyrenees mountain range, linked to the road, and below the nowadays village of Donzaharre/Saint Jean Le Vieux. The site has also been linked to the name of Imus Pyrenaeus, which appears in the Antonine Itinerary. In terms of chronology, it began in the last quarter of the 1st century BC, during the reign of Augustus, and continued until the Middle Ages.
Currently, you can visit the remains of the baths, as well as various elements recovered in the archaeological excavations. These include the fragments of a togatus or marble sculpture of a person dressed with a toga, found in 2010, and some objects related to everyday life: ceramic vessels, oil lamps, coins, etc.