Taizé-Maulais (Deux-Sèvres, France) : une nouvelle ébauche d'anneau-disque en amphibolite à pargasite-zoïsite de Sarrazac

Abstract : A fragmented rough-out of aring-disc, a classical model in the Neolithic of the Centre-West of France, was discoveredthrough surface survey at Taizé-Maulais(Deux-Sèvres). Looking for macroscopicmineralogical characteristics leads us todetermine the rock as a pargasite-zoïsiteamphibolite, originating from the outcrops of the Sarrazac massif (Dordogne), nearly 190 kmto the southeast as the crow flies.However, so far, all the rough-outs of thiswell-known type of ring-disc have beenidentified in the producing villages of theupper Dronne valley, at about thirty kilometresfrom the Sarrazac massif. The authors questionthe reasons for the medium-distance transfer of such a rough-out among populations thatprobably did not have the know-how tocomplete the manufacture of a polished discring.
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Pierre Pétrequin, Anne-Marie Pétrequin, Daniel Buthud-Ruffier, Serge Cassen, Frédéric Prodéo. Taizé-Maulais (Deux-Sèvres, France) : une nouvelle ébauche d'anneau-disque en amphibolite à pargasite-zoïsite de Sarrazac. Documents d'archéologie et d'histoire périgourdines, Association pour le développement de la recherche archéologique en Périgord (ADRAHP), 2018, 33, pp.5-14. ⟨hal-02355174⟩

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