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Le mobilier archéologique de l’habitat du Hallstatt final à Écuelles « Charmoy » (Seine-et-Marne)

Abstract : The Ecuelles Charmoy site is one of the first Late Hallstatt settlements to be discovered on the edge of the plateau that dominates the Seine-Yonne confluence. In use for only a short period at the end of the 5th and during the first half of the 4th century BC, the site includes postholed buildings, storage pits and other structures in an organized domestic space. The pottery, especially the painted ware, is particularly abundant in the storage pits and constitutes a reference of local ware and its production. Also the traces of metalworking found on the site, be it the reduction of iron or the crafting of moulded bronze jewellery, renews our knowledge of the function and vocation of such a modest settlement that is part of a group of numerous agricultural sites discovered in the South of the Ile de France region.
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David Bardel. Le mobilier archéologique de l’habitat du Hallstatt final à Écuelles « Charmoy » (Seine-et-Marne). Olivier Buchsenschutz; Alain Bulard; Thierry Lejars. L’âge du Fer en Île-de-France. Actes du XXVIe colloque de l’Association française pour l’étude de l’âge du Fer (Paris et Saint-Denis, 9-12 mai 2002), Supplément à la Revue archéologique du Centre de la France (25), FERACF, pp.209-224, 2005, 978-2913272118. ⟨hal-01810307v2⟩



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