Rome et le développement d’une économie monétaire en Gaule interne

Abstract : In recent historical publications, the Roman Conquest is still presented as a major factor in the spread of a monetary economy in Gaul. However, this view is not supported by archaeological data. Concentrating on stratified coins, first from the oppidum of Bibracte and then from several sites from Northern and Eastern Gaul, this paper tries to show that from the beginning of the 1st c. BC to the end of the 1st c. AD, the level of coin use remained constant. Roman influence on coin use seems to have been limited to certain contexts.
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Stéphane Martin. Rome et le développement d’une économie monétaire en Gaule interne. Geertui Blancquaert & François Malrain. Évolution des sociétés gauloises du second âge du Fer, entre mutations internes et influences externes. Actes du 38e colloque international de l'AFEAF, Amiens, 29 mai - 1er juin 2014, 30, Société archéologique de Picardie, pp.455-464, 2016, Revue archéologique de Picardie. Numéro spécial. ⟨hal-01485364⟩



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