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Un quartier de la ville antique de Vesontio (Besançon) : L’imbrication de l’habitat et des activités commerciales

Abstract : The excavation carried out between 2010 and 2012 on the Passages Pasteur site in Besançon highlighted an ancient district organized around a secondary street. Twelve plots could be defined in the site's boundaries for an occupation stretching from 40 AD until the middle of the 4th century. The plots facing the street are occupied by houses of tradesmen and craftsmen, while plots facing the Doubs belong to larger domus, homes of wealthier families. The two main activities encountered in this district match, on the one hand, food trades, dwindling into food storage, baking, milling, smoking-curing and catering (inn), and on the other hand to the work of metal (forge and copper based alloy work). These activities come together and intersect regularly within the same plot.
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Christophe Gaston, Claudine Munier. Un quartier de la ville antique de Vesontio (Besançon) : L’imbrication de l’habitat et des activités commerciales. Archéopages : archéologie & société , INRAP édition, 2018, 46, pp.36-43. ⟨10.4000/archeopages.3950⟩. ⟨hal-02458405⟩

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