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The Priory of Carluc was founded in the eleventh century. Another priory, that of Saint-Sauveur[disambiguation needed], belonged during the twelfth and thirteenth century to the Abbey of Saint Andrew at Villeneuve-lès-Avignon. The fiefdom was held initially by the Forcalquiers, and later by the Brancas family.
By the start of the eighteenth century, the Estieu brothers were running a pottery oven.
^Patrice Alphand, "Les Sociétés populaires", La Révolution dans les Basses-Alpes, Annales de Haute-Provence, bulletin de la société scientifique et littéraire des Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, no. 307, 1989, pp. 296-298