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Lodève (France)

LC control no.n 81078243
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Geographic headingLodève (France)
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Geographic subdivision usageFrance--Lodève
Variant(s)Lodève, France
Lodeva (France)
Ville de Lodève (France)
Luteva (France)
Forum Neronis (France)
Associated countryFrance
Associated placeHérault (France) Languedoc-Roussillon (France) Languedoc (France) Narbonensis
Occitanie (France : Region) Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées (France)
Special noteNot the same as: Clermont-de-Lodève
Found inBGN, 6/30/81 (Lodève; ppl.; 43°43ʹN, 3°19ʹE)
Schneider, Laurent (Archaeologist). Le Lodévois, 1998: page 5 (Lodève; Languedoc; département de l'Hérault) page 6 (in Gaule narbonnaise: Luteva)
GEOnet, 17 January 2017 (Lodève; geopolitical entity name: France; first-order administrative division name: Occitanie; 43° 43ʹ 54ʺ N, 003° 19ʹ 12ʺ E; 43.731658 [N], 3.319951 [E]; populated place)
Ville de Lodève Web site, 17 January 2017: main page (Ville de Lodève) La ville aujourd'hui (Occitan: Lodeva; in département de l'Hérault and région Occitanie / Pyrénées - Méditerranée; a sub-prefecture of l'Hérault; in the valley of the Lergue, at the foot of the Causse du Larzac) Histoire de la ville (Gallo-Roman period: Luteva, Forum Neronis)
Wikipedia, 17 January 2017: Lodève (Lodève; Occitan: Lodeva; commune in the Hérault département in the Occitanie region in southern France; a sub-prefecture of the department; town)
Wikipedia, 17 January 2017: Occitanie (Occitanie; an administrative region of France that was created on 1 January 2016 from former French regions Languedoc-Roussillon and Midi-Pyrénées. France's Conseil d'État approved Occitanie as the new name of the region on 28 September 2016, effective 30 September 2016; succeeded the provisional name of the new region, Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées; the new Région Occitanie should not be confused with the wider cultural entity of Occitania, of which the new administrative region is part)
Wikipedia, Sept. 15, 2014: Hérault (Hérault; department in the south of France; is part of the Languedoc-Roussillon region of the country; created during the French Revolution on 4 March 1790, from part of the former province of Languedoc)
Geographic area codee-fr---
Associated languagefre