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Paysages et peuplement dans le bassin de Sarliève du Néolithique au Moyen Âge (Puy-de-Dôme, France). Éléments pour un nouveau modèle socio-environnemental

Abstract : The CNRS research Programme Loire (PEVS), which has been underway since 1997 on the Sarlieve basin located at the bottom of the Gergovia oppidum, has provided particularly useful systemic insights into the relationships between population and environment during the Holocene. This research, along with interdisciplinary studies focusing on the Grand Marais to the north, allows us to develop the foundation of a socio-environmental model. This model updates the one proposed in the 1970’s and 1980’s by J.-P. Daugas, J.-P. Raynal and L. Tixier insofar as it elaborates the relationships between the history of settlement and plant and hydrosedimentary dynamics.
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Frédéric Trément, Jacqueline Argant, Jean-Gabriel Bréhéret, Manon Cabanis, Bertrand Dousteyssier, et al.. Paysages et peuplement dans le bassin de Sarliève du Néolithique au Moyen Âge (Puy-de-Dôme, France). Éléments pour un nouveau modèle socio-environnemental. Temps et espaces de l’homme en société. Analyses et modèles spatiaux en archéologie. Actes des XXVe rencontres internationales d’archéologie et d’histoire d’Antibes (Juan-les-Pins, 21-23 octobre 2004), Jean-François Berger, Frédérique Bertoncello, Franck Braemer, Gourgen Davtian, Michiel Gazenbeek, Oct 2004, Juan-les-Pins, France. pp.485-498. ⟨halshs-01839422⟩

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