Les rythmes de l'espace urbain à Tours : nouvelles données, nouvelles questions (IIe siècle avant J.-C. - Xe siècle après J.-C.)

Abstract : Recent results from several rescue excavations carried out in Tours by Inrap archaeologists provide insight into the changing urban space over the course of more than a millennium, from the late Iron Age to around 1000 AD. Seen in relation to the questions posed in the conclusion of the synthesis work edited by Henri Galinié and published in 2007, they shed new light on our knowledge of the urban environment. This new knowledge relates to the layout of building plots in the monumental centre of the antique settlement, fluctuations in the course followed by the Loire, and lastly to occupation between late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages. This newly acquired information applies first and foremost to the centre and west of the ancient settlement, and gives rise to new models of interpretation.
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Elisabeth Lorans, Xavier Rodier. Archéologie de l'espace urbain, PUFR/CTHS, pp.209-220, 2013, Perspectives Villes et Territoires, 978-2-86906-311-2
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Elisabeth Lorans, Anne-Marie Jouquand, Nicolas Fouillet, Xavier Rodier. Les rythmes de l'espace urbain à Tours : nouvelles données, nouvelles questions (IIe siècle avant J.-C. - Xe siècle après J.-C.). Elisabeth Lorans, Xavier Rodier. Archéologie de l'espace urbain, PUFR/CTHS, pp.209-220, 2013, Perspectives Villes et Territoires, 978-2-86906-311-2. 〈halshs-00956318〉

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