Néolithisation de la France de l'Ouest : témoignages Villeneuve-Saint-Germain, Cerny et Chambon sur la Loire angevine et atlantique

Abstract : Historically, the Loire river is recognized as one of the most remarkable vectors of East-West movements in the northern half of France. This article deals with the question of Neolithic remains discovered for most of them in the river bed; these remains can be dated to the first half of the 5th millenium cal. BC. Today, the sediments are covering most of the settlements which are very well preserved under several meters of sand and gravel.
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Serge Cassen, Grégor Marchand, Loic Ménanteau, Bertrand Poissonnier, Robert Cadot, et al.. Néolithisation de la France de l'Ouest : témoignages Villeneuve-Saint-Germain, Cerny et Chambon sur la Loire angevine et atlantique. Gallia Préhistoire, CNRS Éditions, 1999, 41, pp.223-248. ⟨10.3406/galip.1999.2165⟩. ⟨hal-02353505⟩

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