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Approche multi-méthodes expérimentale pour l’étude d’un site d’occupation romaine et médiévale à Horbourg-Wihr

Abstract : The study presents geophysical surveys and archaeological excavations that complete each other to fulfil two objectives: 1- to understand the evolution of the human occupation from Roman to Medieval times on an archaeological site in Horbourg-Wihr (Haut-Rhin, France); 2- to test the efficiency of an approach using a combination of different geophysical methods and targeted excavations for the assessment of archaeological remains. The use of different geophysical methods is shown to be particularly adapted to the context of the archaeological site. The results allow to conduct targeted excavations and to better understand the spatial distribution of the identified remains. Thus, the study gives new results on the succession and overlap of the archaeological remains of a medieval castle built on the remnant of a GalloRoman theater.
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Hugo Reiller, Matthieu Fuchs, Bruno Gavazzi. Approche multi-méthodes expérimentale pour l’étude d’un site d’occupation romaine et médiévale à Horbourg-Wihr. Archimède : archéologie et histoire ancienne, UMR7044 - Archimède, 2020, pp.260-271. ⟨10.47245/archimede.0007.act.13⟩. ⟨halshs-02893805⟩

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