From Archaeological Sherds to Qualitative Information for Settlement Pattern Studies

Abstract : Archaeological study of ancient settlement and territorial dynamics is usually based on field survey data, both in- and offsites. But the spatial analysis of these surface scatters is often limited by their chronological low resolution. Using statistical and spatial analysis, the authors developed two approaches which allowed to go further in order to model settlements cycles and territorial dynamics in a long term scale with a better chronological resolution, in two areas of South-East France.
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Frédérique Bertoncello, Laure Nuninger. From Archaeological Sherds to Qualitative Information for Settlement Pattern Studies. Beyond the artefact - Digital Interpretation of the Past, Apr 2004, Prato, Italy. pp.140-145. ⟨halshs-00077361⟩

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