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Les boucheries de village du XIXe siècle sous le regard naissant de l’archéologie : L'intérêt d'une approche pluridisciplinaire mêlant la fouille du sol, l'étude du bâti, des archives et des restes osseux animaux

Abstract : The sources and historical studies relating to butcheries are numerous, but mainly concern urban settlements. What about their shape in the countryside and their perception by archaeologists? The study of five contemporary village butcher shops in the Paris area, according to resolutions ranging from the observation of elevated structures to exhaustive excavations and the study of the artefacts, and through archival studies, highlights the fugacity of the indices and the difficulty to identify such establishments. The study of animal bone deposits, through the example of Roissy-en-France (North of France), partly allows to fill these documentary gaps and to suggest identification grids for the butchery activity.
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Stéphane Frère, Jean-Yves Dufour, Bach Anne-Marie. Les boucheries de village du XIXe siècle sous le regard naissant de l’archéologie : L'intérêt d'une approche pluridisciplinaire mêlant la fouille du sol, l'étude du bâti, des archives et des restes osseux animaux. Anthropology of Food, Anthropology of Food, 2019, Viande et architecture, S13, ⟨10.4000/aof.9557⟩. ⟨hal-02468937⟩

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