Le château médiéval des comtes de Toulouse
Discoveries

The mediaeval castle of the Counts of Toulouse found beneath the Palais de Justice

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Discoveries

A team from the Institut National de Recherches Archéologiques Préventives (Inrap),working in collaboration with the municipal archaeology service has just found the earliest signs of human occupation in the town centre of Marseille.

Un camp napoléonien à Étaples-sur-Mer<br/> L'apport de l'archéologie à l'histoire
Discoveries

A team from the Institut national de recherches archéologiques préventives (Inrap), has recently excavated part of a Napoleonic army camp at Puits d'Amour, in Etaples (Pas-de-Calais) prior to the construction of a housing estate by Pas-de-Calais Habitat.

Un baptistère paléochrétien à Ajaccio
Discoveries

The remains of the Early Christian baptistery of Ajaccio's first cathedral have just been revealed by a team from the Institut national de recherches archéologiques préventives (Inrap). 

Un cimetière huguenot à Saint-Maurice
Discoveries

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.

Les premiers bâtiments de la cité phocéenne archaïque<br/> Aux origines de la plus vieille ville de France : Marseille
Discoveries

A few metres from the Vieux-Port, excavations carried out in the quarter known as the Panier have brought to light the earliest constructions from the period of the Greek colony. 

Un exceptionnel ensemble funéraire de l'âge du Fer (IXe-VIIe siècles avant J.-C.) en Languedoc
Discoveries

A team from the National Institute for Research in Preventive Archaeology (Inrap) is at present finishing the first set of work in the Puisserguier (Hérault) region. 

Une nécropole néolithique de première importance scientifique pour la France et la Suisse
Discoveries

In 2002, the National Institute for Preventive Archaeology (INRAP) discovered the Genevray site on the route of the future Thonon-les-Bains bypass in Haute-Savoie. An evaluation was authorised and curated by the archaeology service of the DRAC de Rhônes-Alpes.

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