Sanctuaire de source, sanctuaire des eaux ou simple sanctuaire en milieu humide? Découverte d'un complexe cultuel antique à Magny-Cours (Nièvre)

Abstract : In advance of the future extension of the "technopole" and the construction of a service station in the district of Magny-Cours, the undertaking of two evaluations covering 15 hectares and 4 hectares, respectively, has revealed dense occupation of the site from the Neolithic period to the Middle Ages. The most important remains are associated with the Roman period and belong to a complex endowed with public buildings including several temples in an organised arrangement. This paper, preliminary to a larger study that will report on the whole of the site, is concerned specifically with the results obtained in a waterlogged area comprised within a zone that was excluded from the rescue excavations. Located near the cult buildings, this area was found to contain a deposit of ex-votos belonging to the beginning of the Roman era.
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Nicolas Tisserand, Pierre Nouvel, Christophe Gaston, Jean-Pierre Garcia, Anne Dietrich, et al.. Sanctuaire de source, sanctuaire des eaux ou simple sanctuaire en milieu humide? Découverte d'un complexe cultuel antique à Magny-Cours (Nièvre). Revue archéologique de l'Est, Société archéologique de l’Est, 2013, Tome 62, p. 157-185. ⟨halshs-00925219⟩

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