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Analyses d'un dépôt de céramiques du Bronze final à Vienne-en-Val (Loiret). : Quelles substances biologiques pour quelle(s) fonction(s) ?

Abstract : A domestic occupation dating to the Late Bronze Age (Bronze final IIIb) excavated in 2015 at Vienne-en-Val to the south of the river Loire revealed a large number of pits with abundant and diverse finds. One of the pits contained a deposit of 7 vessels (one round sided bowl, one straight sided bowl and five goblets), which could interpreted as a funerary or a ritual offering. The pit was excavated during the evaluation in 2010 and the vessels were studied. Physico-chemical analyses were carried out on samples of powder obtained from scraping the inside walls of the vessels in order to identify markers for any organic materials trapped in the porous matrix of the pottery. Each sample was analysed by gas phased chromatography and mass spectrometry. The results showed that the vessels had been made waterproof by using pine resin and that they had contained honey based products, animal fat and black grapes (some fermented).
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Sophie Lardé, Nicolas Garnier, Eric Frenée, Florent Mercey. Analyses d'un dépôt de céramiques du Bronze final à Vienne-en-Val (Loiret). : Quelles substances biologiques pour quelle(s) fonction(s) ?. Autour de la table : l’alimentation à l’âge du Bronze et au premier âge du Fer : Journée thématique de l’APRAB, Mar 2017, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France. 2017. ⟨hal-02922522⟩

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