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Les restes organiques minéralisés : un nouveau champ d'investigation en contexte funéraire. Exemple de la nécropole mérovingienne de Merxheim « Obere Reben » (Haut-Rhin)

Abstract : Rarely intelligible, mineralized organic residues represent an underestimated information potential: their analysis reveals a universe of rare diversity. Directly linked to the study of the archaeological metal artifact that serves as a support and allowed their preservation, they constitute an almost inexhaustible field of investigation. The intrinsic complexity of the materials, the variability of possible degradation, the taking into account of burial contexts, however, imply rethinking the operational chain of archeology, from the prescription of the archaeological excavation to the final places of conservation of movable property. Interdisciplinarity and the necessary dynamic of interaction between field operators, conservators-restorers, state services and organic materials specialists guarantee the success of the process. The results obtained by this multidisciplinary approach will be illustrated by the example of the Merovingian necropolis of Merxheim (Haut-Rhin).
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Armelle Charrié-Duhaut, Fabienne Médard, Clotilde Proust, Helene Barrand-Emam. Les restes organiques minéralisés : un nouveau champ d'investigation en contexte funéraire. Exemple de la nécropole mérovingienne de Merxheim « Obere Reben » (Haut-Rhin). Bioarchéologie : minimums méthodologiques, référentiels communs et nouvelles approches, Carine Carpentier; Rose-Marie Arbogast; Philippe Kuchler, Nov 2019, Sélestat, France. ⟨10.34692/ftgf-zd86⟩. ⟨hal-03093849⟩

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