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Abstract : Since the publication, in 1961, of P.-M. Duval's Paris Antique, which took stock of what was known at the time on the scale of the Île-de-France region, documentary inflation has been such that it has become almost impossible to control it. The archaeological corpus was in fact considerably enriched, from the 1990s onwards, by preventive archaeology activity linked to the very strong development of the Parisian conurbation. The development of new towns, the construction of motorways, industrial and commercial zones and the exploitation of quarries have generated research on a scale unequalled in France.
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Nicolas Bernigaud, Alain Berga, Johann Blanchard, Olivier Blin, Muriel Boulen, et al.. L’Île-de-France. Michel Reddé. Gallia Rustica 1. Les campagnes du nord-est de la Gaule, de la fin de l’âge du Fer à l’Antiquité tardive, 1 (49), Ausonius éditions, pp.179-210, 2017, Mémoires, 978-2-35613-206-2. ⟨hal-03029591⟩



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