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Architecture funéraire et mode de mise en terre des défunts du Ier au IIIe s. de n. è. dans la nécropole d’Évreux (Eure)

Abstract : Archaeological works carried out in several sectors of the Évreux cemetery (Eure) has enabled the study of funerary practices during the Roman period. Cremation was dominant during the first centuries AD and the ossuaries were pottery, glass or made from perishable materials. Inhumations in nailed coffins were typical. However, coffins held together by wood pegs, lead coffins, pit inhumations and stone sarcophagi were also used.
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Sylvie Pluton-Kliesch. Architecture funéraire et mode de mise en terre des défunts du Ier au IIIe s. de n. è. dans la nécropole d’Évreux (Eure). Revue Archéologique de l'Ouest, Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2020, Varia, 36, pp.121-146. ⟨10.4000/rao.6056⟩. ⟨hal-03227246⟩

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