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Le diagnostic archéologique : un outil de recherche et de prospective en Eure-et-Loir

Abstract : Since 2005, Eure-et-Loir Preventive Archaeology Service has taken charge of nearly 40% of the archeological evaluations prescribed in the department. From the preparation of operations to the dissemination of results, the team of archaeologists places this kind of operation at the heart of a global scientific approach. The Caen seminar was therefore an opportunity to share these 13 years of experience and practice of evaluations in territorial authorities. After a brief presentation of the framework of this practice, the emphasis was placed on three main lines of work resulting from the research conducted during the diagnoses: knowledge of chrono-stratigraphic contexts on the scale of the department, modeling of the occupation of territories, and the use of isolated data in multiscalar reflections.
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Gabriel Chamaux, Quentin Borderie, Émilie Fencke, Olivier Labat, Jean-Yves Noël, et al.. Le diagnostic archéologique : un outil de recherche et de prospective en Eure-et-Loir. Le diagnostic comme outil de recherche : 2e séminaire scientifique et technique de l'Inrap, David Flotté; Cyril Marcigny, Sep 2017, Caen, France. https://sstinrap.hypotheses.org/4626, ⟨10.34692/9q5q-7×82⟩. ⟨hal-02944715v3⟩



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