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Moreuil is situated on the D920 and D935 crossroads, some 13 miles southeast of Amiens, on the banks of the river Avre. Moreuil station has rail connections to Amiens and Compiègne.Known by several names over the years, Morolium , Moroil , Moruel, Moroilum, Moroiel, Moreul , Moureul, Moureuil , Morveul, Morvels and finally Moreuil, the commune has ancient origins. Flint tools have been found here and the presence of tall boundary stones indicates pre-Roman settlement. Moreuil comes from a Celtic word meaning ‘sea’. Moreuil is found on the Roman road that links Compiègne, Montdidier and Amiens which explains the number of Gallo-Roman finds in the vicinity.


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