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Between Alps and Lake Geneva, Thonon during metal ages

Abstract : The coastline of Thonon-les-Bains and its hinterland provide a favourable framework to the spatial and diachronic analysis of land use during Protohistory. This synthesis is based on the study of old finds and the results of recent rescue operations, in an area between the Dranse and Redon rivers. About 15 sites form a relatively well-documented micro-region, extending from the pile-dwellings village of Rives 2 to the settlements and cemeteries stepped on glacial terraces, on the marshlands filling the sinkholes of “Aviet” in Allinges, and of “Versoie” next to the Genevray.
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Christophe Landry, Jean-Michel Treffort, Laurie Tremblay-Cormier, Jean-Luc Gisclon, Philippe Hénon, et al.. Between Alps and Lake Geneva, Thonon during metal ages. L'Homme dans les Alpes, de la pierre au métal, Pierre Bintz; Christophe Griggo; Lucie Martin; Régis Picavet, Oct 2016, Villard-de-Lans, France. ⟨hal-02877381⟩

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