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Le rapport d’analyse carpologique : exposé des minimums méthodologiques communs attendus par la communauté archéologique (carpologues, responsables d’opérations, services de l’État)

Abstract : Archaeobotany, which was initiated in France 50 years ago, has developed considerably thanks in large part to the increase in preventive archaeological operations. The significant increase in the number of archaeobotanists, the resulting increase in the number of studies and the multiplication of institutional frameworks, public or private, in which archaeobotanical studies are carried out, have made it necessary to reflect collectively on the minimum methodological requirements to be included in archaeobotanical study reports. Indeed, the implementation of major regional or chronological summaries requiring the creation of shared databases highlights shortcomings in terms of the minimum information to be included in the reports. These shortcomings don’t allow the optimal exploitation of the results from the resumption of old studies or the work of several archaeobotanists. Following the example of what has been proposed in archaeozoology, this work presents a consensus on the minimum information to be included in archaeobotanical reports, validated by the community of archaeobotanists practising on French territory. The information that must imperatively appear in the reports is listed by thematic groups, ranging from a synthetic description of the site studied to methodological indications specific to the discipline. Compliance with this minimum methodological requirement will enable the solid foundations to be laid for collaborative research and will feed scientific research over the long term.
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Bénédicte Pradat, Frédérique Durand, Françoise Toulemonde, Charlotte Hallavant, Aurélie Salavert, et al.. Le rapport d’analyse carpologique : exposé des minimums méthodologiques communs attendus par la communauté archéologique (carpologues, responsables d’opérations, services de l’État). Bioarchéologie : minimums méthodologiques, référentiels communs et nouvelles approches, Carine Carpentier; Rose-Marie Arbogast; Philippe Kuchler, Nov 2019, Sélestat, France. ⟨10.34692/g4c7-cj79⟩. ⟨hal-03035079⟩

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