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Approche archéologique du val d'Allier amont à l'époque romaine. Nouvelles données sur les agglomérations et les réseaux de communication

Abstract : This article tries to look into the antique structuration of the Val d’Allier upstream, located in the centre of the Arverns city (Aquitain Gaul). The consideration of the archaeological documentation acquired since more than fifteen years through large preventive surveys, excavations and aerial surveys, brings a renewed vision of the spatial organization of this area where not less than five urban centres grew during the three first centuries AD. The towns of Les Queyriaux (Cournon-d’Auvergne), Le Lot (Martres-de-Veyre), Corent-La Sauvetat, Blanède (Le Broc) and La Croix de la Pierre (Beaulieu/ Charbonnier-les-Mines), of size and very varied functions, were established in different ways within the antique road grid, which determined partially their morphology and their respective development.
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Submitted on : Tuesday, December 8, 2020 - 11:20:31 AM
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Philippe Bet, Ulysse Cabezuelo, Marion Dacko, Yann Deberge, Bertrand Dousteyssier, et al.. Approche archéologique du val d'Allier amont à l'époque romaine. Nouvelles données sur les agglomérations et les réseaux de communication. Céline Pérol, Jean-Luc Fray. Routes et petites villes de l’Antiquité à l’époque moderne, Presses Universitaires Blaise Pascal, pp.41-72, 2020, 978-2-84516-948-7. ⟨hal-03045947⟩

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