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Dynamique géomorphologique holocène et occupation humaine dans le bassin-versant de l’Eure (Bassin de Paris, France) : potentiels d’une approche géoarchéologique multiscalaire et diachronique

Abstract : Located in the western part of the Paris Basin, the Eure catchment is marked by a several thousand years old human occupation. At the interface between several cultural groups since the Neolithic period (Gord, Artenac and Brittany), the Eure valley is a key archeological area for performing geoarchaeological investigations. The aim of this multiscale approach is to combine (I) geomorphological mapping in order to underline the geomorphological dynamics impacts on the taphonomy of settlement and archeological remains in the middle Eure valley; (II) geophysical surveys (Electrical Resistance Tomography) to obtain a 2D view of the sediment structures of palaeochannels; and (III) percussion drilling of sedimentary cores and sedimentological analyses. In addition, the sedimentary records of the Eure valley are a crucial indicator to reconstruct the hydro-sedimentary dynamics of the Eure catchment and the relationships between societies and their environment during the Late Holocene.
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Théophile Piau, Francois Betard, Fabienne Dugast, Gilles Arnaud-Fassetta, Vincent Viel. Dynamique géomorphologique holocène et occupation humaine dans le bassin-versant de l’Eure (Bassin de Paris, France) : potentiels d’une approche géoarchéologique multiscalaire et diachronique. Archimède : archéologie et histoire ancienne, UMR7044 - Archimède, 2020, pp.188-204. ⟨halshs-02893624⟩

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