Les diagnostics archéologiques du canal Seine-Nord Europe : des premiers résultats remarquables

Before the construction of the Seine-North of Europe waterway under the technical direction of the Voies navigables de France, and curated by the State (Drac), the French National Institute of Archaeological Research (Inrap) is carrying out a programme of archaeological evaluations, the most extensive at present in Europe.

Marseille avant Massalia, la première architecture de terre néolithique en France

A team from the Inrap is carrying out a major excavation on the boulevard Charles-Nédélec in Marseille where, over eight millennia, Neolithic, Greek and Modern populations have succeeded one another. The dig is curated by the Regional archaeology service within the framework of the ZAC Saint-Charles, a vast programme of urban development carried out by Euroméditerranée.

Un cimetière huguenot à Saint-Maurice

The excavation of a 17th century Protestant cemetery at Saint Maurice (Val-de-Marne), carried out by a team from the Institut national de recherches archéologique preventives (INRAP), began in May and will last two months.