L’Époque moderne couvre les trois siècles qui séparent la fin du Moyen Âge de la Révolution française. En France, elle peut être subdivisée en trois périodes, marquées par d’importantes transformations politiques et artistiques : la Renaissance (de la fin du XVe siècle aux premières décennies du XVIIe siècle) ; l’avènement de l’État-nation sous le règne de Louis XIV (XVIIe et début du XVIIIe siècle) ; le siècle des Lumières (le XVIIIe siècle jusqu’à la Révolution).

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In an original narrative mode, illustrated with numerous archive images, Christian Rist and Jean-Paul Fargier tell us the history of archeology,...

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From 2011 to 2013, an Inrap team, under curation by the State (Drac Bretagne), conducted an integral preventive excavation of the Jacobin convent,...

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An international symposium organised by the National Institute of Preventive Archaeological Research and the Louvre-Lens Museum.

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What is the status of this building material compared to others? Is its use linked to specific functions of construction? To the social status of...

Les découvertes
From 2011 to 2013, an Inrap team realized a rescue excavation, curated by the State (Drac Brittany), at the Jacobin Convent, the future site of t
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Archaeology of Migrations 
by Isabelle Catteddu, Inrap

Les découvertes

Until March 2015, and Inrap team is excavating, under prescription by the State (Drac Ile-de-France), 100 m2 of the basement of the Mono

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Honoured, mythified, but also hunted, eaten and exploited, has the horse really benefited from a privileged status among domestic animals? What...

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The archaeology of violence: wartime violence, mass violence
by Xavier Dectot, Director of the Louvre-Lens Museum, and Dominique...

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The archaeology of violence: wartime violence, mass violence 
by Jean Guilaine, member of Institute

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The archaeology of violence: wartime violence, mass violence 
by Gabriel Moshenska, university College of London.

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The archaeology of violence: wartime violence, mass violence 
by Pavel Vareka, University of Pilsen 

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The archaeology of violence: wartime violence, mass violence 
by Alain Schnapp, University Paris 1

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The archaeology of violence: wartime violence, mass violence 
by Luis Fondebrider, Universidad de Buenos Aires/Equipo Argentino de...

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The archaeology of violence: wartime violence, mass violence
by Jean Guilaine, member of the Institute, honorary professor at the...

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The archaeology of violence: wartime violence, mass violence   
by Jacques Sémelin, CERI-Sciences Po, (CNRS)

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The archaeology of violence: wartime violence, mass violence 
by Laurence Bertrand Dorléac, History Center of Sciences Po

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