Apparition et adoption des matériaux de couverture romains chez les Eduens et chez les Lingons

Abstract : Roman construction techniques and materials seem to be markers of Romanisation and bear witness of transformations of how Aedui and Lingones interact with natural resources to produce them. Noticeable differences can be observed between these two Gallic tribes in the implementation of tiled- and stoned roofs. The Aedui mostly use tiles for their roofs, even if local natural resources do not allow a production of these materials. In contrast, the Lingones use tiles only if the appropriate resources exist and prefer stoned roofs on calcareous regions. Moreover, the earliness in the adoption of Roman roof materials seems to be linked with the relations maintained between Rome and these two Gallic tribes.
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Florent Delencre, Jean-Pierre Garcia. Apparition et adoption des matériaux de couverture romains chez les Eduens et chez les Lingons. Archäeologisches Korrespondenzblatt, Verlag des Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums, 2014, 44 (3), pp.395-411. ⟨halshs-01103847⟩

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