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Des épaules droites pour le banquet

Abstract : In northern France and Great Britain, some banquet depots dating from the Bronze Age to the Roman period are very rich in right shoulder bones of sheep, cattle or pig. A first inventory of sites allows to see if isolated shoulders or bones have been deposited, if the shoulders are more abundant than legs, and if other species are involved.
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Patrice Méniel. Des épaules droites pour le banquet. Philippe Barral; Matthieu Thivet. Sanctuaires de l’âge du Fer. Actes du 41e colloque international de l’Association française pour l’étude de l’âge du Fer (Dole, 25-28 mai 2017), Collection AFEAF (1), AFEAF, pp.343-352, 2019, Sanctuaires de l’âge du Fer, 978-2-9567407-0-4. ⟨halshs-02145985⟩



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