Campaniforme et sépultures, Au-delà du standard : La place du Campaniforme dans l'évolution des sépultures du sud-est de la France au 3e millénaire avant notre ère

Abstract : Where are the famous Bell Beaker individual burials in the south east of France ? What is the nature of the burials wherein we actually find Bell Beaker elements ? And what kind of Bell Beaker is it ? And also : where does the Bell Beakers stand in the evolution of the funeral architectures and rites between the end of the Middle Neolithic and the Early Bronze Age ? Answering these questions, thanks to the presence of more than a hundred funeral sites in the area, would change our vision of the Bell Beakers fenomenon itself. These questions are also the occasion to present the diversity and the traditions of the funeral practices by the third millenium BC.
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Olivier Lemercier, Muriel Pellissier, Yaramila Tchérémissinoff. Campaniforme et sépultures, Au-delà du standard : La place du Campaniforme dans l'évolution des sépultures du sud-est de la France au 3e millénaire avant notre ère. Graves and Funerary rituals during the Late Neolithic and the Early Bronze Age in Europe (2700-2000 BC) Proceedings of the International Confrence held at the Cantonal Archaeological Museum, Sion (Switzerland), October 4th – 7th 2001, 2004, Oxford, Royaume-Uni. pp.49-60. ⟨halshs-00087309⟩

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