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Une maison dans tous ses états… : La résidence seigneuriale d’Ahuy entre le XIe et le XVIIIe siècle

Abstract : An excavation carried out in 2014 by Inrap in Ahuy (Côte-d'Or) revealed a stately residence, on the southern edge of the former village. The first house is built on wooden poles and rests partly on a cellar. In the 13th century, when the canons of Saint-Etienne de Dijon become owners of this parcel, a new L-shaped house is built, consisting of three rooms, including a semi-buried cellar. To the east, is located a small garden or courtyard, enclosed by a semi-circular low wall. The configuration of this building, its dimensions, comparison with other sites of the region and the collected furniture indicate that we are in the presence of a rich dwelling. The site underwent a profound transformation at the beginning of modern times: some buildings were destroyed, others rebuilt and low areas filled and levelled. Two large courtyards were then extended, north of a new building, erected on the former house of the eleventh century. During the French Revolution, this estate is sold as Bien national (national property) and partly razed.
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Stéphanie Morel-Lecornué. Une maison dans tous ses états… : La résidence seigneuriale d’Ahuy entre le XIe et le XVIIIe siècle. Archéopages : archéologie & société , INRAP édition, 2018, 46, pp.60-69. ⟨10.4000/archeopages.4182⟩. ⟨hal-02463030⟩

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