Méthodologie appliquée aux vestiges architecturaux en terre crue de la maison funéraire sur cav du Néolithique final-Ferrières du site de "Mas Rouge" (Montpellier, Hérault, France).

Abstract : South of Montpellier (Hérault, France), a large Final Neolithic settlement across 5 hectares was excavated. Among the features, a large cellar converted into a collective burial yielded the remains of an earth architecture that collapsed inside the volume when it was destroyed by a fire.
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Emilie Leal, Yaramila Tchérémissinoff, Maxime Seguin, Julia Wattez. Méthodologie appliquée aux vestiges architecturaux en terre crue de la maison funéraire sur cav du Néolithique final-Ferrières du site de "Mas Rouge" (Montpellier, Hérault, France).. Habitations et habitats du Néolithique à l'âge du Bronze en France et ses marges., Nov 2015, Dijon, France. p. 335-339. ⟨hal-02090901⟩

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