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The nature and dating of Republican camps at Lautagne (Valence) through the small finds

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 October 2020

Michel Feugère
Affiliation:
Laboratoire ArAr, Archéologie et Archéométrie, Université Lyon Michel.Feugere@wanadoo.fr & marie.gagnol@laposte.net
Marie Gagnol
Affiliation:
Laboratoire ArAr, Archéologie et Archéométrie, Université Lyon Michel.Feugere@wanadoo.fr & marie.gagnol@laposte.net
Loïc Buffat
Affiliation:
Mosaïques Archéologie, Cournonterral l.buffat@mosaiquesarcheologie.com

Extract

Excavating a Roman marching camp, a temporary settlement whose occupation phases are separated by periods of abandonment, has little in common with excavating a permanent camp, occupied continuously over several years or decades. This paper will describe the status quaestionis on Roman Republican marching camps, mainly in Gaul, before presenting the discoveries made at Lautagne with a focus on the small finds and their contribution to the interpretation of the site.

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Archaeological Notes
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© Journal of Roman Archaeology L.L.C. 2020

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