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The rural dwelling of the Second Iron Age. Rhythms of creation and abandon north of the Loire
27 December 2013
14 June 2018
The "Recherches archéologiques" collection publishes, for the scientific community, monographs and syntheses resulting from preventive archeology operations carried out by Inrap. These works are distinguished by the major character of the sites studied, their innovative aspect in methodological or scientific terms, or the size of the territory taken into account.
Directed by François Malrain, Geertrui Blancquaert and Thierry Lorho
An Inrap-CNRS Editions co-publication
This book, resulting from a national investigation conducted by Inrap, is an analytical presentation of the rhythms of the emergence and abandonment of rural settlements during the Second Iron Age in the northern half of France. Depending on the region studied, between the 5th century BC and the 1st century AD, rural settlements were established, and have now been studied through preventative archaeological operations covering large surfaces.
These studied updated our knowledge of the Gallic countryside, integrating paleobotanical, zooarchaeological and climatic data. Through systematic studies and presentations, this book offers a useful glimpse into this period, linking archaeology and historic information, such as the Celtic migration, the arrival of the Belgians and the Gallic Wars.
Authors: Bruno Aubry, Geertrui Blancquaert, Dominique Bossut, Chris-Cécile Besnard-Vauterin, Sylvie Deffressigne, Vincent Desbrosse, Stéphane Gaudefroy, Frédéric Gransar, Nathalie Gressier, Ivan Jahier, Elven Le Goff, Thierry Lorho, François Malrain, Yves Menez, Catherine Moreau, Vincent Riquier, Muriel Roth-Zehner, Marion Saurel, Nicolas Tikonoff.
Collection "Recherches archéologiques", 7
Size 22 x 28 cm
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