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Processing and valorisation of the collection notified by the study of the furniture of Combarelles II: process and methods for recording pre-historical engravings on lithic and bone media
The Magdalenian period (17.000-12.000) is the height of Palaeo lithic art. The middle and recent Magdalenian periods are marked by paintings and sculptures on the rock faces of caves and small artefacts. This art form can be found in the South-west or France ("Font de Gaume'', "Combarelles" and "Rou...
Report on the excursion of the Swiss Geological Society and the Swiss Mineralogy and Petrography Society in Valais and Northern Italy from 2 to 5 October 1978
Territories, identities and strategies in Forez from the sixth at the first front millenium BC in the upstream basin of the Loire (France)
This thesis heading Territories, identities and strategies in Forez from the sixth at the first front millenium BC in the upstream basin of the Loire, relates to an extent in the north-Eastern part of the Massif central in contact with the Rhodanian corridor. This intramontane sector (current depart...
Matières premières argileuses et valeur ajoutée : le rôle des terres dans la diffusion des céramiques du Massif armoricain au Néolithique récent et à l’âge du Fer
Many aspects can motivate the diffusion of ceramics, both in terms of the ‘ chaîne opératoire’ ; the complexity of the realisation, the time and energy invested in the making of the object ; but also by its use, ornamentation, form or content. However, new research on the raw materials used in the c...
Digital Ultraviolet Petrography: methodical approaches and applications
Обобщены методические подходы и результаты флуоресцентной макро- и микропетрографии горных пород. Известно, что флуоресценцию минералов вызывают не их макроэлементы, а примеси (активаторы). В результате использовать флуоресценцию для идентификации минералов из разных месторождений не представляется...
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When nature mystifies prehistorian: Geofacts and tephrofacts in the Massif Central
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The catalogue of the firm of curiosity of Jacques-François Borda d’Oro (1718-1804), a bicentenary of a regional collection of rock and fossils.
International audience Unpublished manuscripts written by Jacques-François Borda d'Oro (1718-1804) are the catalogue of a regional geological collection bought in 1807 by the city of Dax. The catalogue was only lent for copy. The 1500 pages long manuscripts include a volume of petrography with descr...
Chemical, petrological and structural analysis of syn-kinematic migmatites: insights from the Western Gneiss Region, Norway.
International audience Migmatites in the inner part of collisional orogens are markers of past partial melting during burial and/or exhumation of their crustal root. If melt production has a softening effect as soon as the very first percents of melt are produced, as suggested by experimental data,...
Mineralogy, geochemistry, and genesis of glauconite mineral from paleotsunami deposit in Lebak, Banten, Indonesia
Bagedur coast in Lebak regency, Banten province, Indonesia is part of lowland-swampy swale area that consist of various sediment deposit. Based on its sediment characteristics and geomorphology profile, Bagedur coast is assumed as depositional environment of paleotsunami deposit. Hand Auger drilling...
Test of species concept and mineralogy and oil classifications
Après avoir rappelé quelques principes fondamentaux de la théorie de la connaissance concernant la formation des concepts en général, l'auteur étudie le développement du concept d'espèce minérale en fonction des progrès de la Cristallographie, de la Chimie et de la Minéralogie. Ce concept repose mai...
The wind-and-coming mills of the Nolithic at Bronze age in Champagne-Ardenne
Due to its varied geography and geology, the Champagne-Ardenne region in north-eastern France is a key zone to study the evolution of saddle querns from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age from the point of view of petrography and typological change. This was undertaken in the framework of the research...
Cultural components and Premières Ceramic productions of ancient Bronze in south-east France Cultural Components and Former Ceramic productions of Bronze in south-east France: Results of the Collective Research Project 1999-2009
The collective research project "Cultural components of the first pottery productions of the Early Bronze Age in Southeast France" derives from renewal of documentation on the Early Bronze Age in the southeast Rhodanian region and new approaches to the Bell Beaker period, particularly in the souther...
Late ceramics of Marcajirca, Conchucos, Áncash: what is taught by petrographic studies
The petrographic analysis of ceramic materials from Marcajirca, a Late Intermediate Period site (1000-1474 A.D.) in Conchucos, highland Ancash, north-central Peru, allowed us to identify different production groups and resource areas. Most of the ceramics are tempered with crushed slate and are of l...
IMPLICATIONS OF PETROGRAPHY AND GEOCHEMISTRY OF ATHINIOS METAMORPHIC UNITS USING PXRF AND GIS ANALYSES IN THERA (SANTORINI, GREECE).
Santorini metamorphic basement is part of the metamorphic complex known as Cycladic Massif, which was formed during the subduction of the Mediterranean lithosphere underneath the Aegean microplate. The two main components of the exposed basement are a complex of low-grade schists and phyllites, whic...
Research on Roman cheeses in a landscape without lithic resources
This study aims to determine the nature, provenance and supply networks of stone tools from daily life such as querns and millstones, whetstones, the cosmetic palettes, etc., at the Civitas Menapiorum. This site in the north of the Roman province of Gallia Belgica is in a territory that is character...
Production strategies in Adriatic oil amphorae workshops: a reassessment of raw materials collection and preparation (1st-3rd c. AD)
International audience From the 1st to the 3rd c. AD, the territory of Istria (present-day Croatia) was a prominent area of olive oil production, famous throughout the Roman world. Olive oil was exported in the so-called Dressel 6B amphorae to northern Italy and the Danubian provinces. The productio...
Transfers of pottery techniques
The ancient workshops of Bavay, Pont-sur-Sambre and Famars form a group whose productions are difficult to distinguish because jugs and mortars fired in the A type are all thrown from calcareous clays. It is necessary to differentiate the three centres to cross typological and chronological data wit...
Société française de mineralogie from 1928 to 1953
Quelques aspects sont présentés de la vie et de l'œuvre scientifique de la Société pendant ces vingt-cinq années. Avec le perfectionnement des méthodes modernes d'étude des solides, la Société a vu s'accentuer le développement de son effectif et de ses publications. De nombreuses recherches ont été...
Pour une géo-archéologie du Patrimoine: Pierres, carrières et constructions en Bretagne
After an outline of the aims of this work, this first part is to be considered as a general introduction. First, it synthetizes the geological history of Brittany (only dealing with the peninsular part of the Armorican Massif). It then details the modifications of rocks nomenclature and scans ancien...
Barium and carbon fluxes in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago
International audience The seasonal and spatial variability of dissolved Barium (Ba) in the Amundsen Gulf, southeastern Beaufort Sea, was monitored over a full year from September 2007 to September 2008. Dissolved Ba displays a nutrient-type behavior: the maximum water column concentration is locate...
Productions and cultural dynamics of the Late Neolithic of Western France (4th and 3rd millennia BC)
This original research aims at tightening the chronological and cultural framework of the Late Neolithic in western France. The fragmented cultural entities defined on the sole basis of ceramic assemblages form a mosaic that has, until now, undermined our understanding of Neolithic society. This red...
On Palaeolithic coloring agents: epistemological analysis of scientific process
International audience What were the coloring agents used during the Palaeolithic? How to recognize, define and describe them? What kind of information may they have recorded?In the past decade, these questions have become essential since coloring agents take a central place in current researches on...
Database of petrophysical properties of the Mid-German Crystalline Rise
Petrophysical properties are a key element for reservoir characterization but also for interpreting the results of various geophysical exploration methods or geophysical well logs. Furthermore, petrophysical properties are commonly used to populate numerical models and are often critically governing...
Amphorae as indicators of trade and diet in Cibalae (Pannonia)
Cibalae (Vinkovci, Croatia) was a significant Roman town in Pannonia. It had an economic and a strategic importance. The aim of this research was to analyse the amphorae that were found in the settlement using archaeological methods and petrography in order to suggest possible production sites, get...
The Zenaga series (Anti-Atlas, Morocco): petrology and structure of paleoproterozoic metamorphic formations
Petrology and the structure of Paleoproterozoic metamorphic series In the Zenaga inlier (Anti-Atlas, Morocco). The Paleoproterozoic metamorphic series of the Zenaga inlier constitutes the enclosing of Ebournian granites. It's a monotonous series oriented E-W to NE-SW, mainly composed of amphibolites...