Above is the 'famous' head. The feminine head is said to have adorned the presbytery at Rennes-les-Bains. Does it at all resemble the diagram given by Gourdon on the right?
Capitals found at Rennes-les-Bains
Roman pottery found in Rennes-les-Bains
Above - old postcards of the area of Bain Doux and Source.
The Hotel de la Reine - its grounds and courtyard and other areas suggest below the modern surface a Roman palace or Temple.
Remains from a Roman house thought to be near the River Sals, one on the right bank and also the left bank.
The infamous Catel stone of Pompeius. Who is the Pompeius who might be buried in Rennes-les-Bains?
Above - this is a French reconstruction of the possible Roman village of Rennes-les-Bains. This is borrowed from a German website (see HERE) where the author has a fascinating theory that there is a Roman necropolis up in the mountains of Les Escadados (although i have looked for his reference that Abbe Delmas mentions Les Escadados but i cannot find it!). Here is a photo of the Les Escatades area in relation to Les Fangalots: