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Discoveries

Elimberris is situated on the right bank of the Gers, today just below the modern urban center. Across 800 m², the excavation revealed the first human settlements dated to the second half of the 1st century BC. 

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Events

This year, #Archeoweek will take place over 3 days, from June 13 to 15. Its daily themes will be: archaeology & fiction, archaeology & art, and archaeology of the future.

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Discoveries

The archaeologists have recently uncovered large mosaics that are part of two Antique buildings.

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Discoveries

An Inrap team has recently discovered a sanctuary dedicated to the god Mithra at the site of Mariana, in Lucciana (Haute-Corse). 

Cercueil en plomb découvert au couvent des Jacobins, Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine), 2015.  Ce cercueil est de forme trapézoïdale avec un couvercle en bâtière orné d’une croix ancrée. La cuve a été accidentellement perforée à la tête par un engin mécanique avan
Discoveries

From 2011 to 2013, an Inrap team, under curation by the State (Drac Bretagne), conducted an integral preventive excavation of the Jacobin convent, the site of the future Rennes Métropole conference center. 

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Events

From 11 October 2016 to 6 August 2017 at Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie, Paris.

Les équipes de l'Inrap ont fouillé manuellement la structure pendant plusieurs semaines  © Philippe Lefranc, Inrap
Discoveries

A team of Inrap archaeologists has just uncovered the remains of a massacre that occurred more than six-thousand years ago at Achenheim (Bas-Rhin). This important discovery illustrates one kind of violence that raged in Europe during the Neolithic.

Regroupement de noms de soldats australiens de la Grande Guerre retrouvées dans la grotte souterraine de Naours (Somme), 2016.  On note en bas à droite du cliché l’inscription laissée par Allan Allsop le 2 janvier 1917. C’est grâce au journal de marche de
Discoveries

The discovery of an surprising concentration of graffiti and inscriptions made by soldiers during the First World War reoriented the investigation to a formerly unknown activity at this site: touristic visits to the underground dwellings during the First World War. 

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