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Analyse chrono-culturelle des habitats avec architecture de pierres sèches au Néolithique final en Provence

Abstract : This thesis offers to lighten some characteristics of the housing of the end of Neolithic in Provence (France). It is based on the cultural segregation of the local population proposed by D'Anna (1995a and 1995b), and also the best definitions and chronological margin analysis of the Campaniforme culture by Lemercier (2002). This thesis particularly refers to the last geographical and chronological segregation presented by Cauliez (2009 and 2011) thanks to ceramics assembly which changed our thoughts concerning the end of Neolithic in this region. The emphasis will be realized on the problematic of walls made in dry-stone, used for housing and delimiting structures. They have been studied repeatedly, but the researches were focused on the cultural entities of Couronnien in general, while the architecture with stone was also used by different cultural groups. Though, it is offered in this work a chronological, cultural and geographical phasing of notions of architectural technique based on 26 sites of this period facing precedents works about the same chrono-cultural field. To do so, walls have been divided in several entities to differentiate them according to the building process and their current aspect which is different.
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Thomas Pelmoine. Analyse chrono-culturelle des habitats avec architecture de pierres sèches au Néolithique final en Provence. Archéologie et Préhistoire. 2013. ⟨dumas-00872125⟩

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