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Analyse spatiale et régionalisation des productions de haches à douille des types armoricains

Abstract : The depositional practices of Armorican axes have been studied since the 18th century. In this paper, we aim to look closely at the contexts of the discoveries as well as their potential significance. To do so, we will look at their geographical distribution by using specific software such as GIS (Geographical Information System) and a database. J. Briard touched on the spatial dispersion of the hoards in his PhD (1965), as well as in a joint publication with G. Verron (1976). J. Rivallain more recently discussed the subject in a publication in 2012. The axes have been dated to Early Iron Age in recent studies. We have deemed interesting to seek out why and how a phenomenon with such a wide reach took place in Western France. In this study, we have chosen to research and analyse the spatial dispersion data of Armorican axe deposits, and present the results here.
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Élisabeth Tribouillard. Analyse spatiale et régionalisation des productions de haches à douille des types armoricains. Revue Archéologique de l'Ouest, Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2018, Varia, 35, pp.159-172. ⟨10.4000/rao.5206⟩. ⟨hal-03227278⟩

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