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05 October 2012
Between July and September 2012, several archeological excavations were conducted in Sublaines (Indre-et-Loire) by the Institut National de Recherches Archéologiques Préventives (Inrap), under the curation of the State (Drac Centre).
14 September 2012
In the context of archaeological research conducted under the curation of the State (Drac Picardie), in advance of the construction of the canal Seine-Nord Europe, and under the contracting authority of Voies navigables de France, an Inrap team recently discovered a Gallo-Roman sanctuary (fanum) in the districts of Nesle and Mesnil-Saint-Nicaise (Somme).
13 September 2012
Since December 2011, a team of Inrap archaeologists has been excavating the site of the Jacobins convent in Rennes. This work is curated by the State (Drac Burgundy). The site is located in the future location of the Rennes Métropole conference center and is one of the largest urban excavations ever realized in western France.
30 August 2012
In the heart of the historic center of Strasbourg, classified as a World Heritage Site, a team of Inrap archaeologists are currently excavating the Place du Château at the foot of the cathedral. This work is curated by the State (Drac Alsace).
24 July 2012
A team of Inrap archaeologists is currently excavating part of the Antique port of Antibes (Alpes-Maritimes).
06 July 2012
Since the month of April, a team of Inrap archaeologists have been excavating several Paleolithic occupations in Etricourt-Manancourt, the oldest of which dates to 300,000 years ago. This work is curated by the State (Drac Picardie).
25 June 2012
In advance of construction work at the ZAC of Ussol by the city of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence (13 Habitat), a preventive excavation, prescribed by the State (Drac Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur), is being conducted at a site at which an Antique villa was discovered during a diagnostic operation.
13 June 2012
On the Archères plain (Yvelines), a team of Inrap archaeologists is excavating the Fort Saint-Sébastien, the camp at which the troops of Louis XIV were trained for the siege of Maastricht.