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Clashes and misunderstandings in Bourgogne and Franche-Comté: a few cases of Nolithic in the High Middle Ages
The study of the human bones at Chassey site level 7 revealed in 1999 bone damage due to violent impacts, some of which were received from the lives of individuals, others after their death. This discovery was the first step in a collective reflection that would lead us to review our approach to the...
Anthropological study of a protohistorical ossuary: the Plamond aven (Var)
We describe the anthropological material from a funeral, protohistoric, varois aven (the Plamond aven, near Draguignan, France). Ethnic study shows very high racial heterogeneity. Dental pathology is mainly characterised by a small percentage of caries and agenesies. Bone disease is remarkable by th...
Un siècle de chantiers d’églises en Charente-Maritime
During the XXth century, the construction sites of churches follow in Charente-Maritime an evolution which we could find in many other French dioceses. Once past the neogothic and neo-Romanic styles, the modernity bursts in the interwar period with a church very « art deco » in La Rochelle. Then the...
The use of dilatometry in determining the manner of selecting ossuary vases: the case of `ibLugdunum`/ib during the Early Roman Empire
A recent synthesis of Lyon/Lugdunum’s ossuary ceramic ware showed that, typologically, the ceramics used to collect the residues of burnt bone were the same as those used in the city’s kitchens (Bonnet et al., 2016). The forms are indeed strictly the same. Nevertheless, some ossuary pots from the on...
Zurita: poem as a memorial of pain
It could be said that on 11 September 1973 it functions as the backbone of Raúl Zurita’s work. From his speeches at the Collective of Art Actions (CADA) or the panteons and niche making up the Canto to his disappeared love (1985), to inri (2003) or In memoriam (2007) to the monumental Zurita (2011),...
Enserune (Nissan-Lez-Enserune, Hérault). The necropole of the second Age of Iron
The second age necropole of Enserune’s iron has more than 500 tombs, dated between mid-Ve s and the end of the third century J.-C. and remains the largest group of sepultures in the north-western Mediterranean Sea for this period. According to this study, it appears that, given the age of most disco...
At the turn of the third and second centuries BC: a singular grave in Enserune (Nissan-Lez-Enserune, Hérault).
accidentally discovered at the western end of the oppidum, this secondary cremation depot, dated from the turning point of the third and second seconds. J.-C., is the most recent funeral testimony on the Enserune site. It thus offers a new milestone for knowledge of the development of funeral practi...
Under the Slags, a necropolis : A Small Group of Cremations from the Early Roman Empire at Coulans-sur-Gée, Les Brochardières (Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France)
International audience About 15 kms from the french city of Le Mans, a partially preserved necropolis with cremations was found in 2012 along a plot of land probably inherited from the Roman period. Four graves have been identified, dated from the IInd to the beginning of the IIIrd century thanks to...
the funeral laws of the end of the century and the prairial decree introduced major breaks in cemetery history. But we will stress that there are also many continuities. The most obvious is the design of the cemetery as a ‘field of death’, where the cadaver stays in the earth for the time of becomin...
At the Hanches sanctuary (Eure-et-Loir): a funeral vase
searched in 2008, the sanctuary of the ‘Moulin cavée’ in Hanches delivered, less than 10 m from the temple, an original set of a cultuel deposit combined with a small pit enclosing a fired clay figure and a small vase crushed on itself. The study of the contents of the mud, carried out with the volu...
Esnandes (Char-Maritime). Rue de l’Église
The archaeological intervention is located against the southern wall of the Esnandes cemetery, in which a buried ossuary forms the cloth of the Saint-Eutrope capel, mentioned in notarial acts from the beginning of the xvie, and destroyed at the beginning of the xixe. This ossuaire, which was in oper...
Presentation of the first part
Double previous page ‘Mumies of Fatenaoué (Voh-northern part of the island) with wavelength baskets with windows to look at the landscape they dominate from the top of the rock shelter above the valley. The only ornaments were shallow bracelets, which dates back to the times prior to the colonisatio...
The ancient funeral site of 33, rue du Rio in Saint-Marcel/Argentomagus (Indre)
Revised in 2006, the search of 33, rue du Rio in Saint-Marcel/Argentomagus (Indre), has identified several series of quadrangular fossoyed enclosures, oriented according to the cardinal points. Cross-checks are frequent and difficult to discern. The most complete plans are close to the square or rec...
Archaeological operation identifier: F1357200100121 Date of operation: 2001 (eV) The Church of Roncourt, built on a rectangular plane, has a nef with two crossed sides of warheads, attributable to the XVe s and a sister in a squared format, which could be anterior. At the western end of the nef ther...
Early stage of a funeral practice? Early stages of a funeral practice?: Wine in an incineration of the age of Bronze final in Saint-Dizier
The archaeological excavations carried out at the ‘Ecole Pasteur’ in Saint-Dizier in 2016 revealed a series of three funeral deposits of immature immature matures dating from the age of final Bronze. One of these deposits is distinguished by the identification of wine or red wine vinegar in a cup pl...
Shokouh Khosravi, Sajad Alibaigi, Asghar Rashno. “The Ossuary of Palang Gerd Fire Tmple: New Evidence of Zoroastrian Funerary Practices during the Sasanian Period in Western Iran, Kermanshah”
an ossuary discovered in the temple of Palang Gerd’s sassanide fire is a unique discovery and suggests that rituals associated with the worship of ancestors have taken place in this building. This was probably also the case for Bandian in Khorasan, where, however, human bones had not been found. The...
Circular pit burials and pathways from the end of the Early Iron Age in the Pailletrice, ZAC of the Pérols Airport Park (Hérault): new data on protohistoric funerary practices of the Languedoc plains
International audience Graves dating from the Middle Iron Age in the Languedocian plains remain little known. The preventive excavation conducted in 2004 at la Pailletrice in Pérols, close to Montpellier, uncovered four graves with circular pits from the end of the 6<sup>th</sup> c. BC and the early...
Foundation of a family memorium in the <i>civitas</i> of the Namnetes: the Roman mausoleum of Pellières at Saint-Herblain (Loire-Atlantique)
International audience The preventive excavation conducted in 2006 on the site of Pellières, in Saint-Herblain (Loire-Atlantique), showed that the summit of the Loire’s north bank was repeatedly occupied from Prehistory to the present time. Remains from Antiquity are the best represented vestiges. T...
“Anthropological study”, in Meunier (H.), Laval (53), Cloître de la College Saint-Tugal — CK 137: archaeological diagnostic report
Revised in the historical centre of Laval, at the location of the former Saint Tugal Gallery clorer, this diagnosis has revealed a continuous occupation since the 10th century. Some fossom structures and a beaten soil report the likely presence of a habitat dated between the 10th and the 12th centur...
Species and ancestors: traces of the worrying scepticism in the representations of the National Liberation War in Zimbabwe
In Chenjera Hove’s ossuary, the description of the National Liberation War in Zimbabwe involves many ancestors and fantômatic beings. We will analyse the worrying scepticism that the war is causing to this novel, as well as the decomposition of the narrative and figures in the face of the civil war....