Archaeological investigations at the Maison Champlain site (16th-18th century), Brouage (France)

Abstract : Since 2003, six archaeological operations have been undertaken in the village of Brouage. The area has been relatively free of construction, probably since the late eighteenth century, and as such the archaeological deposits are exceptionally well preserved beneath contemporary gardens and a square. The excavations focused on houses fronting on to the road, alleys crossing the lots and gardens, and the courtyards that functioned as craft workshops or gardens, all within an area marked by significant social contrasts.
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Alain Champagne, Benoît Clavel, Christophe Dupont, Charles Guerin, Véronique Montembault. Archaeological investigations at the Maison Champlain site (16th-18th century), Brouage (France). 46th annual conference on historical and underwater archaeology (SHA 2013) : Globalization, Immigration, Transformation, Jan 2013, Leicester, United Kingdom. 2013. ⟨hal-01333004⟩

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