Géoarchéologie du site antique de Molesme en vallée de Laigne (Côte-d’Or) : mise en évidence de l’impact anthropique sur la sédimentation alluviale

Abstract : The conclusions from the research project in the Laigne valley show the relevance of the geoarchaeological approach conducted on two scales of investigation. The first, over the entire alluvial plain, allows general data to be collected which characterise the specific functions of each catchment basin during the Holocene period : determination of sedimentary sequences, evolution of vegetation and phases of human occupation. The second is a geoarchaeological approach on the scale of a test site: it demonstrates and dates as precisely as possible interactions between natural events and human activities which reveal changes to the entire catchment basin.
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Christophe Petit, Christian Camerlynck, Eline Deweirdt, Christophe Durlet, Jean-Pierre Garcia, et al.. Géoarchéologie du site antique de Molesme en vallée de Laigne (Côte-d’Or) : mise en évidence de l’impact anthropique sur la sédimentation alluviale. Gallia - Archéologie de la France antique, CNRS Éditions, 2006, 63, pp.263-281. ⟨10.3406/galia.2006.3298⟩. ⟨hal-01911071⟩

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