Phénomène, culture et tradition : statuts et rôles du Campaniforme au IIIe millénaire dans le Sud-Est de la France

Abstract : The "Bell Beaker" complex should not be globally perceived, because it seems to include several different entities, as shown by ils variations in space and time. A regional approach, in south-eastern France, outlines the existence of a first "Bell Beaker Phenomenon" and its spread in Late Neolithic societies. This relatively marginal phenomenon quickly becomes an actual independent "Bell Beaker Culture", with différent geographical facies. These may have been in contact with surviving local cultures. In the Early Bronze Age, a "Bell Beaker Tradition" integrates some new elements brought in from outside, and seems to extend the Bell Beaker culture. The role of this "Bell Beaker Phenomenon" and this induced culture is regarded here as part of the evolution of societies during the third millennium BC.
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Olivier Lemercier. Phénomène, culture et tradition : statuts et rôles du Campaniforme au IIIe millénaire dans le Sud-Est de la France. Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Française, Société Préhistorique Française, 1998, tome 95 (n°3), pp.365-382. ⟨halshs-00087834⟩

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