Nouveau regard sur le Bronze ancien en Bourgogne à la lumière de l’étude d’une hache récemment découverte en forêt d’Étaules (21)

Abstract : In 2010, in doubtful circumstances, a bronze axe blade was fortuitously discovered in the forest of Étaules. The artefact has been studied as detailed as possible in order to suggest its former cultural context, thus allowing to give a brief review of the Early Bronze Age in Burgundy. This flanged axe, close to the Neyruz type, can be attributed to the mid-Early Bronze Age. In an excellent state of preservation, it was carefully prepared after having been cast in a split mould; although worn by use, it remains fully functional. Despite the lack of the archaeological context at the precise place where it was discovered, its presence strengthens the idea of a developed human occupation in Burgundy at the time of the early second millennium B.C.
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Maréva Gabillot, Yves Pautrat, Florence Cattin, David Stuart, Anthony Dumontet, et al.. Nouveau regard sur le Bronze ancien en Bourgogne à la lumière de l’étude d’une hache récemment découverte en forêt d’Étaules (21). Revue archéologique de l'Est, Société archéologique de l’Est, 2014, 63, pp.413-424. ⟨http://journals.openedition.org/rae/7984⟩. ⟨halshs-01150929⟩

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