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Topic Early Modern Period
The modern era covers the three centuries between the end of the Middle Ages and the French Revolution. In France, it can be subdivided into three periods that are marked by important political and artistic transformations : the Renaissance (from the end of the 15th century to the first decades of the 17th century), the advent of the nation-state during the reign of Louis XIV (17th and early 18th century), and the Enlightenment (the eighteenth century until the Revolution).
Along with historical and geographic definitions, archaeology poses for all periods the question of how do societies choose to group or not their...
From the bee to the elephant, including the carp, the falcon, the pig, the dog and the cat, domesticated species are as diverse as they are...
On the Archères plain (Yvelines), a team of Inrap archaeologists is excavating the Fort Saint-Sébastien, the camp at which the troops of Louis XIV
Published on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Inrap, this issue presents some major evolutions of archaeological knowledge,...
Inrap's international activities are inseparable from its missions. With their partners, the archaeologists of the institute intervene according...
The management of the different products of hunting is mainly extrapolated from bone deposits: modes of acquisition, subsistence, distribution ......