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Dialogue interdisciplinaire : de l’unité stratigraphique aux interactions culture-environnement

Abstract : This paper presents the main periods and dynamics in the rise of geoarchaeology. In the 1860’s, innovative but sparse and short-lived discoveries were realized; sedimentary deposits were integrated in their historical context and sometimes in the context of climate change. The concepts of landscape and environmental change emerged in the Alps and in the Mediterranean domain between the 1920’s and the 1980’s. During the 1980’s the interdisciplinary dialogue born in Lyon points to the potential of alluvial deposits. Technical innovations highly enhance the contribution of geosciences since the late 1980’s, while key concepts allow improved research questioning: widening site scale to basin and territory scales, crisis, collapse and resilience. At last, records of historical crises are displayed in the Middle Rhône valley and in oases of Egypt.
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Jean-Paul Bravard. Dialogue interdisciplinaire : de l’unité stratigraphique aux interactions culture-environnement. Archimède : archéologie et histoire ancienne, UMR7044 - Archimède, 2020, pp.119-128. ⟨halshs-02893366⟩



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