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Processus de formation du site moustérien de Champs-de-Bossuet (Gironde).

Abstract : Extensive excavations carried out in the lower valley of Isle River allowed to gather a very important Mousterian assemblage. Artifacts were included in the upper part of a little channel infilling due to runoff. Four kinds of methods were used in order to point out site formation processes: study of spatial distribution of archaeological remains, fabric analysis of artifacts, study of artifacts granulometry and refitting analysis. This approach permit to identify several archaeological areas characterized by differents levels of preservation.
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Arnaud Lenoble, Illuminada Ortega, Laurence Bourguignon. Processus de formation du site moustérien de Champs-de-Bossuet (Gironde).. PALEO Revue d'Archéologie Préhistorique, Société des amis du Musée national de préhistoire et de la recherche archéologique — SAMRA, 2000, 12, pp.413_421. ⟨halshs-00423487⟩



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