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Matières premières lithiques en Corse néolithique : étude de cas

Abstract : Provenance studies of artefacts raw materials for three Corsican Neolithic sites, Renaghju (VIe millenium cal BC), Monte Revincu and Vasculacciu (Ve millenium) show that significant differences affect the relative abundances between the four major lithic varieties (local quartz and rhyolite, Sardinian obsidian and flint), their procurement modalities and their origins. In addition to the well identified Corso-Sardinian contacts sphere, the presence of two polished axes at Mont Revincu attests of relationships with the continental Italy during the Middle Neolithic, between 4300 and 4000 cal BC.
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Céline Bressy-Leandri, François-Xavier Le Bourdonnec, Ludovic Bellot-Gurlet, Antonia Colonna, André d'Anna, et al.. Matières premières lithiques en Corse néolithique : étude de cas. Xavier Delestre; Henri Marchesi. Actes du colloque “Archéologie des rivages méditerranéens : 50 ans de recherche”, Errance, pp.193-197, 2010, 78‑2‑87772‑442‑5. ⟨halshs-00654022⟩



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