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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 HS 2 : Archéologie sans frontières

Inrap's international activities are inseparable from its missions. With their partners, the archaeologists of the institute intervene according to 4 major axes: the awareness of the stakes of preventive archaeology; the training of archaeologists; expertise within research or site management missions; the participation or the direction of excavations.

Jean-Paul Jacob

1 - Providing expertise

The multiple funerary ensembles of the catacombs of Saints Peter and Marcellinus in Rome: a multi-institutional collaboration
Philippe Blanchard, Dominique Castex, Raffaella Giuliani

For a new research programme in Sanghol
Jean-Yves Breuil, Marilyne Bovagne

Paharpur, or how to protect and restore a deteriorated site using archaeological expertise
Jean-Yves Breuil, Sandrine Gill 

Geo-archaeology at the "cradle of humankind": Gauteng, South Africa
Laurent Bruxelles

Predynastic Egypt: a contribution to the works of the French Institute for Oriental Archaeology in Cairo (IFAO)
Nathalie Buchez

Umm El Tlel: an exceptional Palaeolithic stratigraphy in the East
Nelly Connet, Éric Boëda, Heba Al Sakhel

Archaeology of Ethiopian Christianity: fifteen years of scientific collaboration between the CFEE (French Centre for Ethiopian Studies) and Inrap
Marie-Laure Derat, François-Xavier Fauvelle-Aymar, Anne-Marie Jouquand, Bertrand Poissonnier 
Box 1: The ceramics of Tater Guret's tumulus, his contribution to the knowledge of the Middle Ages in Ethiopia - Alain Wittmann 
Box 2: Gabriel Church, the plan - Anne-Marie Jouquand, Deresse Ayenachew, Régis Bernard, Bernard Farago-Szekeres 
Box 3: Gabriel Church, ceramics corpus - Kristell Chuniaud 
Box 4: The geomorphological approach of the Lalibela site - Laurent Bruxelles

The archaeological mission of Jebel Oust, an ancient Tunisian site
Raphaël Durost, John Scheid, Aïcha Ben Abed

A four-year programme to study the medieval fortifications of Caesarea
Jocelyn Martineau, Jean Mesqui, Nicolas Faucherre

Franco-Canadian and Franco-American collaboration in preventive archaeology: a project to increase our knowledge of modern North American sites
Fabienne Ravoire 
Box 1: The decisive assistance of Inrap for the understanding of the Cartier-Roberval site (Quebec) - Hélène Côté 
Box 2: Franco-American collaboration on ceramic corpus of colonial sites - Steven Pendery

2 - Raising awareness

Preventive archaeology around the Mediterranean
Frank Braemer, Michel Gras

Archaeology in Contemporary Europe: Professional Practices and Public Outreach (ACE Project)
Kai Salas Rossenbach, Nathan Schlanger, Sonia Lévin

French preventive archaeology: a model for archaeological training in Azerbaijan
Bertille Lyonnet, Laure Pecqueur, Pascal Raymond, Anaïck Samzun 

Franco-Chinese cooperation to excavate the Gongying site
Alain Thote, Karine Michel

3 - Training

Excavations on Siem Reap Airport in Angkor
Pierre Bâty

The partnership between INRAP and the Authority for the Protection and Management of Angkor and the Region of Siem Reap (APSARA)
Ros Borath

The Skills of Inrap topographers in French archaeological missions abroad
Patrick Deleuze

Inrap's contribution to the Angkor conservation programme
Éric Llopis

An archaeological survey at Cherchell, the former capital of Mauretania Caesariensis
François Souq 
Box: An archeological diagnostic operation in Cherchell, the ancient Caesarea of ​​Mauretania

4 - Collaborating

Prospects for Franco-Egyptian cooperation in archaeology
Guillemette Andreu-Lanoë

Archaeo-anthropological approach in the Hellenistic necropolis of Plinthine
Marie-Françoise Boussac, Patrice Georges

Franco-Israeli collaboration in archaeological research
Hamoudi Khalaily

A new approach to archaeozoology in the ancient necropolises of Egiin Gol and Gol Mod (Mongolia)
Hélène Martin, Guilhem André, Jean-Paul Desroches

Primary production sites in Graeco-Roman Egypt: the Beni Salam Site in Wadi Natrun
Marie-Dominique Nenna 
Sidebar: The excavation of the sector 2 workshops - Aurore Louis

From Reqem to Petra: excavations at the heart of the pink city
François Renel, Christian Augé, Mehdi Belarbi, Xavier Peixoto

The Beisamoun Mission: looking for the first farmers in the Jordan Valley
Nicolas Samuelian, Fanny Bocquentin, Hamoudi Khalaily

Copper, brass and brass-making in the Meuse: metallurgical workshops and production in Dinant and Bouvignes (Belgium) in the Middle Ages (13–16th c.)
Nicolas Thomas, Jean Plumier

Revue « Archéopages : archéologie & société », HS 2
October 2010
Size 22 x 27,5 cm
152 pages
ISSN: 1622-8545

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Catherine Chauveau
Cultural Development and Communication Department, Inrap
Editor in Chief
Phone: +33 1 40 08 81 44
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