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Les carreaux de pavement mis au jour à l’abbaye cistercienne de Morimond (Haute-Marne) : étude typologique, technique et archéométrique

Abstract : Excavation of the Abbey of Morimond between 2004 and 2011 revealed a set of floor tiles discovered in different levels of filling from buildings in the guest quarter. As was customary in other monastic and aristocratic residences from the 12th to 16th centuries, the Cistercians of Morimond chose different motifs for the floors of their buildings. Metrological and archaeometric study clearly disclosed the batches made using the same technique and allowed some of them to be associated with clay pits near the monastic tilery. Comparison of the motifs known in the Cistercian order and the north of France revealed few similarities and suggests that the Morimond workshop, which supplied the abbey, designed its own tiles.
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Benoit Rouzeau, Anne Bocquet-Lienard, Cédric Moulis. Les carreaux de pavement mis au jour à l’abbaye cistercienne de Morimond (Haute-Marne) : étude typologique, technique et archéométrique. Revue archéologique de l'Est, Société archéologique de l’Est, 2013, 62, pp.343-366. ⟨hal-02019871⟩

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