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Le Mas de Vignoles X (Nîmes, Gard) : un établissement de plein air du Néolithique ancien

Abstract : Several emergency excavations recently brought to light an open air site, near Nîmes (South of France), which can be dated from the Early Neolithic. Called 'Mas de Vignole', this site consists on a well preserved soil, scattered with several categories of artefacts, and with stones and pebbles. The spatial analysis of all these objects makes it possible to propose the hypothetical restitution of at least about ten 'houses'. All artefacts, as well as radiocarbon datings, allot this village to the Early Epicardial, towards 5200-5000 BC cal.
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Thomas Perrin, Ludovic Bellot-Gurlet, Sandrine Bonnardin, Laurent Bouby, Céline Bressy-Leandri, et al.. Le Mas de Vignoles X (Nîmes, Gard) : un établissement de plein air du Néolithique ancien. Marges, frontières et transgressions. Actualité de la recherche. Actes des 8e Rencontres Méridionales de Préhistoire Récente, 2008, Marseille, France. pp.221-238. ⟨hal-00628439⟩



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