Pratiques cultuelles et funéraires à l'âge du Bronze final. Les enclos protohistoriques de la Jardelle à Dissay, Vienne

Abstract : A preventive excavation managed in 2011 at the site named la Jardelle (Dissay, Vienne) has lead the discovery of circular and quadrangular ditch enclosures. Several of them delivered ceramics with shapes and decorations attributable to the Late Bronze Age Middle and Final stages. One of these vases is decorated with geometrical motives made with very well preserved tin strip, which constitutes an exceptional discovery in the West of France. The study of these enclosures and associated archaeological materials supplies new data about la Jardelle necropolis, of which the first monuments are built in the middle Neolithic 1. The ditch enclosures construction at the Bronze Age end and their likely use up to the Early Iron Age confirm the funeral vocation of this place as well as its sacred nature.
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Christophe Maitay, Rousseau Jérôme, Jérôme Rouquet. Pratiques cultuelles et funéraires à l'âge du Bronze final. Les enclos protohistoriques de la Jardelle à Dissay, Vienne. Aquitania, Pessac : Fédération Aquitania, 2018, t. 34, p. 9-40. ⟨hal-02265005⟩

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