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Bastides and cabanons

Abstract : In the iconographical history of the marseillais countryside, as in that of the traveller’s gaze on Marseilles and its outskirts, bastides and cabanons occupy a central place, till the middle of the nineteenth century when the planning of the port shifts attention towards the sea. Bastides, by their numbers seem to characterize Marseille’s relationship with its soil. A kind of city in the countryside, bastides are inseperable in Marseilles from a way of urban life, as much bourgeois as popular.
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Jean-Claude Chamboredon. Bastides and cabanons. Enquête : anthropologie, histoire, sociologie, Ed. Parenthèses, 1996, La ville des sciences sociales, pp.153-158. ⟨10.4000/enquete.843⟩. ⟨halshs-03192412⟩

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