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Le rayonnage des meules rotatives antiques dans le nord-est de la Gaule

Abstract : The grinding surfaces of many millstone dating to Antiquity are dressed with radiating furrows or large peckings arranged following a narrow array of patterns. Those identified in the database of the Collective Research Programme “The Typological and Technological Development of Millstones from the Neolithic to the Year One Thousand” provide a wide overview of millstone dressing, a feature that is characteristic to querns and millstones in Belgium, the Paris Basin, and northern and eastern France.
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Stéphanie Lepareux-Couturier, Else Hartoch, Paul Picavet, Florent Jodry. Le rayonnage des meules rotatives antiques dans le nord-est de la Gaule. Les meules du Néolithique à l’époque médiévale : technique, culture, diffusion, Actes du 2ème colloque du Groupe Meule, Reims, du 15 au 17 mai 2014, May 2014, Reims, France. pp.337-348. ⟨hal-02864983⟩



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