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Marc GRODWOHL

MATCHING STANDING BUILDING ARCHAEOLOGY WITH ARCHIVAL EVIDENCE:
A village in the Alsatian Jura, settlement at Lutter (Haut-Rhin) from 1530 to 1632

 

Abstract

Lutter, a village in the Alsatian Jura, comprises a rare group of 31 stone-built constructions dating from between 1530 and 1630. Identified in 1972, they were surveyed and systematically dated by dendrochronology between 2013 and 2020. Building archaeology records their original state and changes made, indicates the competitive interactions between builders and significant changes in living styles and addresses the question of the representativeness of the surviving standing buildings. Where possible, property and tax archives relevant to the buildings have been used to determine social status.

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