Porc et sanglier en Gaule septentrionale, entre archéozoologie et imaginaire collectif

Abstract : In France, when we speak about the animal associated to celtic people, everybody thinks and mentions wildboar. This topic meanly emerged from XIXe historiography, but Archaeozoology shows that this animal is very rare in every kinds of sites (settelments, shrines or cemeteries). In other hand, the excavations of these sites give a great amount of pig bones, this animal is in fact one of the more important in celtic husbandry and meat production. The aim of this paper is to illustrate the difference between historiographic and archaeological evidences.
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Patrice Méniel. Porc et sanglier en Gaule septentrionale, entre archéozoologie et imaginaire collectif. Munibe. Ciencias naturales (internet), San Sebastián: Sociedad de Ciencias Aranzadi, 2006, 57 (1), pp.463-468. ⟨halshs-00459872⟩

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