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To base itself on archaeology in order to rethink our ways of living together in one environment: Such is the editorial line of Archéopages, a scientific journal with a review panel. Each issue develops a specific theme by crossing the points of view of archaeologists of all backgrounds and those of other researchers in human sciences, thus taking stock of the recent contributions of archaeology to the knowledge of societies. A large space is also devoted to modern methods of archaeology. The journal is aimed at researchers, students and enlightened amateurs.

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Archéopages n°31 : Sucré, salé

Archaeology is not stingy with testimonies on the production of salt and sugar. To obtain these two essential products, men have competed with technical ingenuity, both domestically and in trade.

Editorial
Jean-Paul Jacob 

File: Sweet and salty

A Pyrenean salt-exploitation site occupied since protohistory. The Collège des Trois Vallées site and the Fontaine Salée at Salies-du-Salat
Jean-François Chopin

West Salt Story. The salt production sites of coastal Charente
Patrick Maguer, Guilhem Landreau, Léa Martignole

The salt ages in northern Gaul. Some marine salt-producing sites of the La Tène and Gallo-Roman periods
Gilles Prilaux, Cyrille Chaidron, Frédéric Lemaire, Armelle Masse 
Box 1: Salt production from archaeological examples - Cyrille Chaidron
Box  2: A Gallic salt workshop in the hinterland - Armelle Masse

Honey production in medieval and modern times. Towards an "archaeology of honey”
Catherine Mousinho
Box: The "Bee House" in Alzon (Gard) - Laurent Vidal et Hervé Petitot

The production of sugar moulds in Guadeloupe and Martinique. The contribution of archaeology to the documentary record
Tristan Yvon, Fabrice Casagrande
Box: A candy factory from the second half of the 17th century in the Basse-Terre region - Fabrice Casagrande

Archaeology and sugar refining at La Rochelle in the 17th and 18th centuries. A preliminary overview
Éric Normand
Box: Petrographic analysis of refined ceramics - Sébastien Pauly

The production of sugar at Marseille. An archaeological contribution
Véronique Abel
Box: Another way to perceive sugar, the birth of the cup in Marseille

Seven millennia of salt exploitation in Franche-Comté - The salt works at Salins les Bains
Philippe Mairot

Debate - The values ​​of flavors
Véronique Duché, Patrick Rambourg, Fabienne Ravoire

Practical

A geoarchaeological approach to the urban fabric. Theory, methodology and application in archaeological interventions
Cécilia Cammas, Quentin Borderie, Bruno Desachy, Stéphane Augry  

Box 1: Sites and monuments record and the original site of Lille - Laurent Deschodt
Box 2: Observations on the alluvial site of Strasbourg - Nathalie Schneider
Sidebar 3: Geomorphology and human settlement: the example of Toulouse - Laurent Bruxelles
Box 4: Paris and data management using GIS - Pascal Raymond et Mehdi Belarbi
Box 5: The urban "black earth” of the Early Middle Ages - Quentin Borderie, Mélanie Fondrillon, Cécilia Cammas, Bruno Desachy, Christian David
Box 6: Soil, humanly-modified soil, urban soil… or how to avoid terminological ambiguity - Quentin Borderie, Cécilia Cammas, Bruno Desachy, Kaï Fechner

News

Halle linked to Champagne Fair?
Julien Avinain

Roman floors polychrome
Véronique Blanc-Bijon, Philippe Mellinand

Revue « Archéopages : archéologie & société », 31
January 2011
Size 22 x 27,5 cm
104 pages
ISSN: 1622-8545

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Year :
2011
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