The Bell Beaker phenomenon in the souteast of France: The state of research and preliminary remarks about the TGV excavations and some other sites of the Provence

Abstract : In the southeast of France, especially in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region and the middle and lower Rhone valley, numerous rescue excavations have been made during the last few years particulary in course of the important archaeological salvage project along the railroad line of the TGV-Méditerranée during which many new Bell Beaker sites have been discovered. These new discoveries, mostly being studied at the moment, in a region rich in Bell Beaker sites enables us already now to make some preliminary remarks and considerations. Nevertheless, these considerations have to be confirmed by future research.
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Some New approaches to The Bell Beaker Phenomenon, Lost Paradise..?, Proceedings of the 2nd Meeting of the « Association Archéologie et Gobelets », Feldberg (Germany), 18th-20th avril 1997, 1998, Oxford, United Kingdom. Archaeopress, 690, pp.23-41, 1998
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Olivier Lemercier. The Bell Beaker phenomenon in the souteast of France: The state of research and preliminary remarks about the TGV excavations and some other sites of the Provence. Some New approaches to The Bell Beaker Phenomenon, Lost Paradise..?, Proceedings of the 2nd Meeting of the « Association Archéologie et Gobelets », Feldberg (Germany), 18th-20th avril 1997, 1998, Oxford, United Kingdom. Archaeopress, 690, pp.23-41, 1998. 〈halshs-00087924〉

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