Les domaines agricoles gaulois et gallo-romains de Prasville “Le Pilori” et “les Grandes Canettes”, du Ve siècle av. J-C au IIe siècle ap. J-C.

Abstract : The diagnosis conducted in 2009-2010 in Prasville (Eure-et-Loir, France) allowed to recognize several human settlements that have followed since the end of the first Iron Age until the Early Empire by moving in space but without hiatus chronological. The thirty hectares surveyed in two non-continuous batch plots are occupied by nine separate sets first consisting of five Gallic settlements agro-pastoral habitats characterized by the type of habitats and storage areas distributed approximately every 100 m with empty areas between them probably corresponding to surfaces under cultivation. The four sets that follow them are dated from the late La Tène and early Empire, materialized by several constructions in the Roman masonry and ancillary buildings. The ancient settlement are located between two highways, the axis Chartres Orléans-west (current RN 154) and a secondary axis seen during this diagnosis to the east and whose route had already been acknowledged during a procedure performed in Moutiers-en-Beauce.
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Diane Carron. Les domaines agricoles gaulois et gallo-romains de Prasville “Le Pilori” et “les Grandes Canettes”, du Ve siècle av. J-C au IIe siècle ap. J-C. . 2016. ⟨hal-01258895⟩

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