Late Bronze Age graves with weighing equipment from eastern France: the example of Migennes »Le Petit Moulin« (dép. Yonne), burial no. 298

Abstract : The necropolis of Migennes (Burgundy) consisting of 60 graves, yields exceptional archaeological material from the Late Bronze Age (Bronze D). One of the graves (burial no. 298) provided a small »box« with a set of weighing equipment inside (balance beam and weights), in association with metallurgists tools. This kind of deposit is well-known in the south-eastern Parisian Basin, within privileged burials.
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Mafalda Roscio, Fabrice Müller, Jean-Paul Delor. Late Bronze Age graves with weighing equipment from eastern France: the example of Migennes »Le Petit Moulin« (dép. Yonne), burial no. 298. Archäeologisches Korrespondenzblatt, Verlag des Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums, 2011, 41 (2), pp.173-187. ⟨halshs-01148460⟩

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