carte de situation

Ivan LAFARGE, Alexandre MICHEL

INDICATORS OF RURAL LATENIAN SITES
IN THE CROULD BASIN IN THE SEINE-SAINT-DENIS

 

Abstract

The southern part of the Crould basin that opens up onto the Saint Denis trench covers the northern-western two thirds of the Seine-Saint-Denis. As well as the vast settlement-cemetery of Bobigny and a small funerary site dating to the La Tène D at Blanc-Mesnil, several other Celtic occupations have been discovered in the area. They are characterised by ditches that can be followed over several interventions and rural settlements that lie within the extensive features that structure the area. Interventions over large areas are rare in this department and the available data comes mainly from small windows of observation.

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