Le pont des Grilles de la Basse-Seille (fin XIVe siècle), ancienne porte d’eau de l’enceinte urbaine de Metz

Abstract : The bridge des Grilles de la Basse-Seille is one of the last vestiges of the medieval fortification in Metz. It is one of rare examples of fortified bridge in France. Built in the end of the 14th century, it is backfilled in 1911 and only its upper section is visible. An archaeological and historic study was made in 2011 to understand the configuration and the functioning of the bridge in the Middle Ages.
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Julien Trapp, Mylène Didiot, Anthony Dumontet, Nicolas Gasseau, Pierre-Marie Mercier, et al.. Le pont des Grilles de la Basse-Seille (fin XIVe siècle), ancienne porte d’eau de l’enceinte urbaine de Metz. Revue archéologique de l'Est, Société archéologique de l’Est, 2016, 65 (188), pp.413-429. ⟨https://journals.openedition.org/rae/8829⟩. ⟨halshs-01455709⟩

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