Le délicat séquençage du Chasséen méridional

Abstract : The typological variability of the Southern Chasséen, in particular in the sphere of the ceramic productions and to a lesser extent, in that of the lithic industries, generated several chronological and typological modellings. These sequencings are generally appropriate to more or less big geographical entities: western or oriental Languedoc, Provence, the Rhône valley, etc. To synchronize these diverse sequences turns out sometimes delicate. From this perspective, the data of the absolute chronology can be used and suggest certain parallelisms. However, the important plateau of the calibration curve during the end of the 5th millennium cal. BC masks a temporal range of several centuries, unfortunately synchronous of one of main scansion of Southern Chasséen, with the passage of the early phase to the recent one. A simple used of the radiocarbon datings bring not many information on this problem. The recourse to Bayesian modellings on stratified or polyphase sites allows to refine certain observations and to wonder about the validity of some of the chronological or typological divisions proposed.
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Thomas Perrin. Le délicat séquençage du Chasséen méridional. Le Chasséen, des Chasséens… Retour sur une culture nationales et ses parallèles, Sepulcres de fossa, Cortaillod, Lagozza. Actes du colloque international, Nov 2014, Paris, France. pp.437-455. ⟨hal-01910857⟩



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