L'héritage pré et post-romain dans les réseaux routiers anciens

Abstract : Today, we can use preventive archaeology and archaeogeography to assess the decisive contribution of periods before and after antiquity in the construction and transmission of road networks. Datas collected on archaeological excavations are numerous and can be classified depending on their scale by archaeogeography. Protohistoric roads are well known thanks to archaeological discoveries and thanks to their role in landscape structuration shown by archaeogeography studies. Its heritage in antic landscape is decisive. There's no hiatus between antic and medieval road network. There are many transmission but the emergence of new centres brings new directions.
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Sandrine Robert. L'héritage pré et post-romain dans les réseaux routiers anciens. Les Nouvelles de l'archéologie, Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, 2009, pp.23-30. ⟨halshs-00442792⟩

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