Prolongements continentaux et atlantiques de la néolithisation méditerranéenne

Abstract : The continental and Atlantic extension of the Mediterranean Neolithization is the main topic of the PROCOME project funded by the French National Research Agency (ANR). This Project focuses on the conditions surrounding the emergence and evolution of agro-pastoral societies in the southwest quarter of France during the 6th and 5th millennium cal. BC. In keeping with the theme of the 12th Rencontres méridionales de Préhistoire récente this paper focuses on the question of the dynamics of the spread of the Neolithic economy between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. Based on an audited database, this topic is addressed with particular attention given to the gap of the Garrone valley and to the potential interactions between the last hunter-gatherers and the first farmers coming from the Mediterranean area.
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Claire Manen, Jean-Michel Carozza, Grégor Marchand, Thomas Perrin. Prolongements continentaux et atlantiques de la néolithisation méditerranéenne. « Entre deux mers » & Actualité de la recherche, 12e Rencontres Méridionales de Préhistoire récente, Sep 2016, Bayonne, France. pp.41-51. ⟨hal-01934257⟩

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