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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.

Edited by Inrap
Archéopages n° 40 : <i>Villages</i>

Along with historical and geographic definitions, archaeology poses for all periods the question of how do societies choose to group or not their habitats. What is a village? How does it shape itself, evolve or disappear? What are its constitutive elements and how do they overlap (vocation, exchange, structuration of space, type of buildings ...)? Of what whole is the village a component?

Editorial
Dominique Garcia

File : villages

Neolithic villages in the western Mediterranean. Sedentism and nucleated settlements
Jean Vaquer, Muriel Gandelin

Early Neolithic villages in Alsace. An overview
Philippe Lefranc

Vanishing villages. Bronze Age settlement forms in Mediterranean France
Thibault Lachenal

The protohistoric settlement of Chens-sur-Léman. An unprecedented form of settlement
Sylvie Cousseran-Néré, Éric Néré

The question of “villages” in Roman Gaul. Between semantic debate and archaeological evidence
Martial Monteil

The current state of research concerning villages in southern Picardy. New data and new perspectives
Louis Hugonnier, Stéphane Arbault, Martine Derbois, Gilles Desplanque, Richard Fronty, Denis Maréchal, Sylvain Rassat et al.

From the “Grand Essart” villa to the settlement of Jard-sur-Mer. Occupation and transformation from the first century AD to the present
Damien Séris

The creation ex nihilo of a village in Gallia Belgica in the first century AD. The site of Longueil-Sainte-Marie
Denis Maréchal

Archaeology in villages. Some recent examples of archaeological interventions in advance of development in the Val de Loire
Stéphane Joly, Jean-Philippe Chimier, Laurent Fournier

The concept of the village in France in the Early Middle Ages. A debate revisited
Édith Peytremann

Villae – Early Medieval villages in the plain of eastern Languedoc. Networks, morphology and economy
Odile Maufras, Mathieu Ott, Claude Raynaud, Marie Rochette, Liliane Tarrou et al.

Villages in Lorraine from the Middle Ages to the present. Vernacular architecture and spatial organisation
Franck Gérard

Emergence and shift of a settlement centre (7th to 11th centuries AD). From Roman legacy to the reorganisation of the village of Faye-sur-Ardin
Emmanuel Barbier

An example of a nucleated settlement of the Early Middle Ages. The site of Warmeriville “La Bassière” (Marne)
Vincent Marchaisseau, Gaëlle Pertuisot

Archaeology of a medieval village in modern times. The example of Villiers-le-Bel
François Gentili

An archaeological perspective on the sacrificed villages of the First World War in Lorraine. The battlefield of Verdun revealed by LIDAR
Stéphanie Jacquemot

Debate - The village, between continuity and discontinuity
Isabelle Catteddu, Claude Raynaud et Jean-Pierre Le Goff

practical

The excavation of wells. Limitations, protocols and research perspectives
Christophe Tardy, Jean-Marc Fémenias, Christophe Pellecuer, Hervé Pomarèdes et al.

News

Deep changes of a monument
Catherine Viers

From the place of worship to the attic?
Sylvie Cocquerelle

Revue « Archéopages : archéologie & société », 40
April - July 2014
Size 22 x 27,5 cm
180 pages
ISSN : 1622-8545

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Librairie archéologique
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Phone: +33 3 80 48 98 60
infos [at] librairie-archeologique.com

Year :
2015
Contact

Catherine Chauveau
Cultural Development and Communication Department, Inrap
Editor in Chief
Phone: +33 1 40 08 81 44
catherine.chauveau [at] inrap.fr