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Le diagnostic et rien d'autre. Retour d'expérience à partir de quelques villes de Normandie

Abstract : This paper presents feedback on the arduous implementation of urban archaeology based on several Norman examples (Bayeux, Caen, Argentan, Alençon, etc.), where the evaluation phase often ends up as the main (sometimes the only) intervention informing us of past occupations and town development process. Are presented, below, different views on the continually evolving codes of practice that include, according to the contexts and the development projects concerned, a multitude of operation types (non invasive methods, classical urban trial trenchnig, watching briefs, standing building studies, coring, etc.). Beyond the definition of the pros and cons of evaluations in urban contexts, the aim is to promote a constructive approach to be shared by the different stakeholders of urban development (architects, engineers, councillors, developers).
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Sophie Quévillon, Grégory Schütz, Gaël Carré. Le diagnostic et rien d'autre. Retour d'expérience à partir de quelques villes de Normandie. Le diagnostic comme outil de recherche : 2e séminaire scientifique et technique de l'Inrap, David Flotté; Cyril Marcigny, Sep 2017, Caen, France., ⟨10.34692/z4e3-hr39⟩. ⟨hal-02571646⟩



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