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Author Stead, I. M. (Ian Mathieson)

Title Iron Age and Roman burials in Champagne / by I.M. Stead, J.-L. Flouest and Valery Rigby ; a project co-directed by A.L. Pacitto ; with contributions by Sheelagh Stead ... [and others].

Published Oxford : Oxbow ; Oakville, CT : Distributed in the USA by David Brown Book Co., [2006]
©2006

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 UniM Bail f  936.4 STEA    AVAILABLE
Physical description xii, 345 pages, 20 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, plans ; 31 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [339]-345).
Contents The cemeteries -- Menil-Annelles -- Ville-sur-Retourne -- Juniville -- Alincourt -- Saulces-Champenoises -- Quilly -- The grave-goods -- Celtic coins / J.-L. Flouest -- Pottery / Valery Rigby -- Glass vessels / Valery Rigby -- Metal work and other finds -- Roman artefacts from Ville-sur-Retourne -- Coins / J.-L. Flouest -- Human and animal bones / Sheelagh Stead -- The iron age and Roman landscape / P. C. Buckland, J. R. A. Greig, C. Frederick, P. Wagner and C. J. Beat -- List of cemeteries mentioned in the text -- Inventories and tables of grave-goods.
Summary "Champagne is unique in having a continuous sequence of burials throughout the Iron Age and Roman periods, many of them found in ill-recorded excavations in the nineteenth century. This volume presents the results of excavations carried out by a Franco-British team between 1971 and 1981. A wealth of pottery and metal artefacts was recovered, including more than 750 pots and 143 brooches. Descriptions and catalogues of the grave-goods are augmented by a report on the human and animal bones and an assessment of the changing landscape. The text is accompanied by 172 figures, 40 plates and 84 tables."--BOOK JACKET.
Other author Flouest, J.-L. (Jean-Loup)
Rigby, Valery.
Stead, Sheelagh.
Subject Excavations (Archaeology) -- France -- Champagne (Province)
Cemeteries -- France -- Champagne (Province)
Iron age -- France -- Champagne (Province)
Champagne-Ardenne (France) -- Antiquities, Roman.
Champagne-Ardenne (France) -- Antiquities.
ISBN 1842170945 (hbk.)
9781842170946 (hbk.)