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La statue de guerrier du sanctuaire de Saint-Maur (Oise) et la question des boucliers miniatures : invitation à une relecture critique

Abstract : The “Warrior of Saint-Maur” is a statuette that was discovered by accident in 1983 in the Celtic and Roman sanctuary of Saint-Maur-en-Chaussée, Oise, France. It is one of the rare metal human representations of the Celtic period. Its restoration by the C2RMF gave rise to a new study of its manufacturing, function and dating. During this analysis, a similarity has been noticed between the shield carried by this warrior and some miniature votive shields. The metric and formal comparison with the miniature shields found in North-West Europe invites to a new critical reading on the identification and function of such objects.
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Jenny Kaurin, Élisabeth Goussard. La statue de guerrier du sanctuaire de Saint-Maur (Oise) et la question des boucliers miniatures : invitation à une relecture critique. Philippe Barral; Matthieu Thivet. Sanctuaires de l’âge du Fer. Actes du 41e colloque international de l’Association française pour l’étude de l’âge du Fer (Dole, 25-28 mai 2017), Collection AFEAF (1), AFEAF, pp.371-374, 2019, 978-2-9567407-0-4. ⟨hal-02891666⟩

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