Close to the main east-west axis of the antique city, the decumanus maximus, then of the door of the Market, this fountain constituted for a long time a stopping place for whom had just climbed the hard hillsides leading(driving) to the strengthened city. Whereas we taught it the last news of the town, horses took back some forces there. Fountain, drinking trough and ford date the XVIIIth century, whereas the saint whose statue we can see is not any more Saint Didier, a boss of the city, but Saint-Mammès, a boss of the cathedral. Evêcque of Langres at about the year 350, the first one would have been beheaded by the Barbarians before going into the town by the Door Roman, among whom both arcs would have shut away themselves.
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