Le 1er age du fer dans le chatillonnais : le mobilier des sepultures

by Didier Maranski

Doctoral thesis in Histoire

Under the supervision of Claude Rolley.

defended on 1994

in Dijon .

  • Alternative Title

    The first iron age in the chatillonnais the furniture in sepulchres


  • Abstract

    A survey of the furniture coming from the sepulchres of the first iron age in the chatillonnais, burgundy, discovered in the funerary structures allowed to draw up a typo-chronology which we tried to link with the absolute dating of the metal imports coming from the same graves. The geographical spreading of the furniture and burial-mounds permitted to suggst a socio-economic diagram which seems to show the development and the sitting up of the princely territory whose settlement during the final period was the oppidum of mount-lassois in vix.

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  • Abstract

    Inventaire du mobilier issu des sepultures du 1er age du fer dans le chatillonnais, en bourgogne, decouvert dans les structures funeraires. Ce travail a permis d'etablir une typo-chronologie que nous avons tente de rattacher aux datation s absolues des importations metalliques issues de ces memes tombes. La repartition geographique du mobilier et des tertres funeraires a permis de proposer un schema socio-economique semblant marquer le developpement et la mise en place du territoire princier dont l'habitat, pour la periode finale sera l'oppidum du mont-lassois a vix.

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  • Library : Université de Bourgogne. Service commun de la documentation. Section Droit-Lettres.
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