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Le Campaniforme récent dans le Sud-Est de la France : Une géographie historique ?

Abstract : Recent Bell Beakers artefacts in the southeast of France (« Rhodano-Provençal group ») were found in different types of sites. Those can be distinguished on the basis of the artefacts (number of ornamented ware, origin of domestic pottery) as well as their topographical location (high position or plain sites). The correlation between these data indicates a geography whose significance is open to discussion.
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Olivier Lemercier. Le Campaniforme récent dans le Sud-Est de la France : Une géographie historique ?. Bell Beakers today. Pottery, people, culture, symbols in prehistoric Europe. Proceedings of the International Colloquium, Riva del Garda (Trento, Italy), 11-16 May 1998, 2001, Trento, Italie. pp.719-723. ⟨halshs-00087964⟩

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