In 2008 half of the pars rustica of a villa in Salouël, near Amiens, was searched. As the development of the ground resumed, the excavation of the second half of the site was carried out in 2018, offering an almost complete perception of a whole set whose occupation extends over the first four centuries of our era. During the second excavation campaign, a structure located in the center of the courtyard attracted particular attention: a small limestone platform that revealed carved fragments belonging to a pillar of Jupiter to the anguiped. Well known, particularly in the north-east of France and Germany, this type of monument has offered few occurrences in the west and in Picardy. The specimen of Salouël thus reveals a new milestone in the knowledge of the spreading of these monuments in Gaul.