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Nouvelles données sur l’agglomération antique d’Epomanduodurum (Mandeure et Mathay, Doubs)

Abstract : A collective research program is studying since 2001 the ancient agglomeration of Mandeure-Mathay (Epomanduodurum), considered as second one after the chief town Besançon, in the Sequani territory, by its size and its impressive monumental buildings. This article, following a previous paper published in Gallia in 2007, draws up a report of the researches completed between 2005 and 2011. In this second stage, alongside the ongoing in-depth investigations on cult and monumental area, the PCR (Collective Program Research) team intensified its different studies and researches on the ancient agglomeration and its microregional environment. These studies lead to a better understanding of the appearance, development and decline of Epomanduodurum ; a better knowledge of its morphology, and its religious, economic and social organization between the end of the Iron Age and the Early Middle Ages.
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Philippe Barral, David Billoin, Séverine Blin, Gilles Bossuet, Cédric Cramatte, et al.. Nouvelles données sur l’agglomération antique d’Epomanduodurum (Mandeure et Mathay, Doubs). Gallia - Archéologie des Gaules, CNRS Éditions, 2015, 72 (2), pp.11-142. ⟨10.4000/gallia.689⟩. ⟨hal-01281040⟩



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