Un hameau du Néolithique ancien. Le Pré des Bateaux à Luzancy (Seine-et-Marne)

Abstract : The site of Luzancy, a few kilometers north of the city of La Ferté-sous-Jouarre, located in a meander of the Marne River, yielded a large quantity of Early Neolithic remains (around 5000 BC). Five Danubian type houses form an organized village. The artefacts uncovered enable a reconstruction of the varied crafts activities linked to the procurement and processing of diverse materials, local and imported (pottery, flint industry, stone rings, sandstone, shells, etc.), and contribute to our knowledge of the agricultural practices and animal herd management strategies. This study completes and enriches our knowledge of the culture and chronology of the Early Neolithic in the Paris Basin, and the Marne Valley in particular.
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Yves Lanchon, Françoise Bostyn, Gisèle Allenet de Ribemont, Lisandre Bedault, Sandrine Bonnardin, et al.. Un hameau du Néolithique ancien. Le Pré des Bateaux à Luzancy (Seine-et-Marne). CNRS Éditions; Inrap. 240 p., 2013, Recherches archéologiques 6, 978-2-271-07759-2. ⟨hal-02063514⟩



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