The time-space dynamics of agricultural areas from Antiquity to modern times (chapter 2)

Abstract : This paper presents the analytical procedure developed within Workgroup 1 of the Archaedyn project. It examines the time-space dynamics of agrarian activities readable from the ancient field systems preserved by forest cover, and from off-site material interpreted as the remains of manuring practices. Using GIS and spatial statistics tools, we studied the structuring, intensity, durability and mobility of agrarian activities on different time scales.
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Nicolas Poirier, Murielle Georges-Leroy, Florian Tolle, Élise Fovet. The time-space dynamics of agricultural areas from Antiquity to modern times (chapter 2). Gandini C, Favory F., Nuninger L. Settlement Patterns, Production and Trades from the Neolithic to the Middle Ages., Archaeopress, pp.39-50, 2012, BAR International Series, 978 1 4073 0957 6. ⟨hal-00803979⟩

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