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Pre- and Protohistoric deep pit systems in France

Les systèmes de fosses profondes à la Pré- et Protohistoire en France

Assessment of the National Mapping Project

Bilan du projet de cartographie nationale

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Published on Monday, August 22, 2022 by Lucie Choupaut

Summary

Several research projects have been carried out over the last ten years on the general theme of Mesolithic and Protohistoric deep pits - mainly Neolithic and Bronze Age. In the course of discussions and thanks to field discoveries, some milestones have been set, both from a methodological point of view and in terms of scientific achievements in typology and chronology. This round table marks a stage in the project undertaken within Inrap in 2015 by reviewing the state of regional discoveries and the main lessons that can be drawn from this theme at the national level.

Announcement

Presentation

Round table organised by Vincent Riquier and the members of the Deep Pits Investigation Network (research financed by Inrap).

Several research projects have been carried out over the last ten years on the general theme of Mesolithic and Protohistoric deep pits - mainly Neolithic and Bronze Age. In the course of discussions and thanks to field discoveries, some milestones have been set, both from a methodological point of view and in terms of scientific achievements in typology and chronology. They do not, of course, exhaust the subject and many questions remain unanswered. What was missing, however, was a general and precise overview of the state of the data at the national level. This is the objective of the mapping project undertaken within Inrap in 2015 (Les systèmes de fosses profondes à la Pré- et Protohistoire: cartographie des fosses cylindriques et des Schlitzgruben à l'échelle nationale). This provides a precise map of all these types of remains, recognised and excavated by Inrap as part of its current activity. Due to the diachronic nature of the theme, it covers at least the three main periods from the Mesolithic to the end of the Bronze Age. Organised as a regional network, it also aims to enhance the value of these remains, which, taken in isolation, could not be enhanced.

This round table marks a stage in the project by reviewing the state of regional discoveries and the main lessons that can be drawn from this theme at the national level. At the end of the session, there will be a space for discussion in order to freely address all aspects of this theme that are not expressed in the various reports, and to bring out new issues.

Programme

9h accueil des participant-es

8h30 ouverture

Jeudi 17 novembre

9h20 – présentation des journées

  • 9h30 - Yohann Thomas, Matthieu Michler, Olivier Zumbrunn, Anne Gebhardt : bilan régional Alsace
  • 10h – Luc Sanson, Charlotte Leduc, Simon Ritz, Perrine Toussaint avec la collaboration de Thierry Klag, Justine Franck, Emilie Fiabane et Laurent Thomashausen : bilan régional Lorraine

10h30-11h break

  • 11h – Nathalie Achard-Corompt, Arnaud Rémy, Isabelle Richard, Vincent Riquier : bilan régional Champagne
  • 11h30 – Romana Blaser avec la collaboration de Julia Wattez, Véronique Brunet et Juliette Durand : bilan régional Île-de-France

12h-13h30 pause repas

  • 13h30 - Yann Lorin avec les contributions d’Anne-Charlotte Baudry, Raphaël Clotuche, Carole Deflorenne, Amandine Gapenne, Bénédicte Hénon, Patrick Lemaire, Emmanuelle Leroy-Langelin, Karin Libert, Denis Maréchal, Pascal Neaud : bilan régional Nord, Pas-de- Calais et Picardie
  • 14h – Emmanuel Ghesquière, Bruno Aubry : bilan régional Normandie
  • 14h30 – Stéphane Blanchet : bilan régional Bretagne

15h-15h30 break

15h30-16h30 - Assemblée du réseau

  • 16h30 – Valérie Audé, Anna Baudry-Dautry, Grégory Dandurand, Christophe Maitay : bilan régional Poitou-Charentes, Limousin
  • 17h00 - Bertrand Poissonnier : bilan régional Midi-Pyrénées
  • 17h30-18h30 – conférence par Olivier Barge et Rémy Crassard : « 10 ans du projet Globalkites : résultats et nouvelles questions autour des méga-pièges ».

Vendredi 18 novembre

  • 9h – Eric Néré : bilan régional Rhône-Alpes
  • 9h30 – Claire Tristan avec la collaboration de Luc Jaccottey : bilan régional Bourgogne- Franche Comté

10h-10h30 break

  • 10h30 – Vincent Riquier : bilan du projet de cartographie nationale
  • 11h – Ginette Auxiette, Charlotte Leduc : bilan thématique archéozoologie
  • 11h30 – Julia Wattez, Marylise Onfray, Céline Coussot, Adrien Gonnet : bilan thématique géoarchéologie

12h-13h30 pause repas

13h30-15h30 : ateliers de discussion

  • 13h30-14h15 – les fosses au Mésolithique
  • 14h15-15h - les fosses au Néolithique
  • 15h-15h30 - les fosses à l’Age du Bronze et après ?

15h30 clôture

Information

Free admission. Open to all public with prior registration online.

Places

  • Musée d'Archéologie nationale (auditorium) - Domaine national de Saint-Germain-en-Laye - Place Charles de Gaulle
    Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France (78)

Event format

Full on-site event


Date(s)

  • Thursday, November 17, 2022
  • Friday, November 18, 2022

Keywords

  • Mésolithique, Néolithique, âge du Bronze, cartographie, fosse profonde, fosse cylindrique, Schlitzgruben

Information source

  • Carine Carpentier
    courriel : carine [dot] carpentier [at] inrap [dot] fr

To cite this announcement

« Pre- and Protohistoric deep pit systems in France », Study days, Calenda, Published on Monday, August 22, 2022, https://calenda.org/1012264

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