Évolution architecturale du sanctuaire des " Champs des Fougères " à Mandeure (Doubs, F) durant l'Antiquité

Abstract : The site known as the " Champs des Fougères " is traditionally associated with the discovery of fragments of a colossal statue of Mars. In 2003, however, magnetic prospecting detected the presence of two parallel linear anomalies characteristic of a peribolos, and this led to the discovery of hitherto unknown sanctuary. Around 40 % of the area thought to belong to this sanctuary was explored during three later excavations, conducted between 2007 and 2009, which have been crucial to attempts to define the precise phases of the building's development between the late La Tène period and Late Antiquity. This paper presents the phases of the Roman Empire as they correspond to the key stages of the monumentalisation of the building until it was dismantled in Late Antiquity.
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Matthieu Thivet, Pierre Nouvel. Évolution architecturale du sanctuaire des " Champs des Fougères " à Mandeure (Doubs, F) durant l'Antiquité. Cécile Bélet-Gonda, Jean-Pierre Mazimann, Annick Richard, François Schifferdecker. Deuxièmes Journées Archéologiques Frontalières de l'Arc Jurassien Le peuplement de l'Arc Jurassien de la Préhistoire au Moyen Age, Annales littéraires de l'Université de Franche-Comté, pp.423 - 430, 2013, Environnement, société et archéologie, 978-2-84867-458-2. ⟨hal-00944168⟩

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