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L’artisanat potier et tuilier dans la vallée du Vidourle durant l’Antiquité (Ier s. av. J.-C.-VIe s. ap. J.-C.) : apports documentaires de fouilles et prospections récentes

Abstract : From the Cevennes to : the Mediterranean, across limestone hills and coastal lagoons, the valley of the Vidourle takes in all the features of the lower Languedoc geo-system. This 800 km² catchment area has benefited various walking surveys, programmed and preventive excavations operations that nourish a rich corpus of hundreds settlements. If land use of this valley remains well perceived, the issue of potter and tile maker crafts during antiquity is a field of study barely treated, certainly because of the weakness of the data, compared to the Aude, Herault and Rhone valleys. However, the last ten years have seen the discovery of four kilns, which, together with surveys data, lets you sketch a first synthesis on the production of ceramics and architectural terracottas in the valley.
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Maxime Scrinzi, Bertrand Houix, Martial Monteil, Yoann Pascal, Hervé Pomarèdes, et al.. L’artisanat potier et tuilier dans la vallée du Vidourle durant l’Antiquité (Ier s. av. J.-C.-VIe s. ap. J.-C.) : apports documentaires de fouilles et prospections récentes. Revue archéologique de Narbonnaise, Presse universitaire de la Méditerranée, 2018, 49, pp.275-311. ⟨hal-01952280⟩

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