Archaedyn - 7 millenia of territorial (preprints)

Archaedyn - 7 millenia of territorial (preprints)

Settlement pattern, production & trades from Neolithic to Middle Ages.

Cristina GANDINI – François FAVORY – Laure NUNINGER (dir.)

2011 – ISBN : 978-2-84867-323-3 – 244 pages –

Collection : Les cahiers de la MSHE Ledoux

Série : Dynamiques territoriales (ex- Intelligence territoriale)

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Résumé
Le projet ArchaeDyn poursuit une expérience de recherche collective amorcée par les programmes européens Archaeomedes I « Understanding natural and anthropogenic causes of soil degradation and desertification in the mediterranean basin » (1992-1994) et II « Policy-relevant models of the natural and anthropogenic dynamics of degradation and desertification and their spatio-temporal manifestations » (1996-1999). Ces programmes successifs ont eu pour objet l’analyse de l’évolution du système de peuplement dans la longue durée, de l’Antiquité au Moyen Âge. Le programme ArchaeDyn contribue à élargir la problématique de la recherche, en abordant la dynamique des territoires, envisagée selon plusieurs angles d’étude, tant au plan thématique, chronologique que spatial. Le projet a pour objectif d’approfondir l’analyse des interactions spatiales entre des groupes sociaux, les ressources qu’ils exploitent pour assurer leur subsistance, produire des objets et échanger avec d’autres groupes à courte, moyenne et longue distance, et les itinéraires qui régissent les flux à différentes périodes.
Sommaire

Scientific committee

 

Steering committee

 

Partners

 

Presentation ArchaeDyn

 

Archaedyn’s members

 

Acknowledgments

 

Program

 

Presentation concert Laostic

 

Articles

 

Introduction

Laure Nuninger and François Favory

 

SESSION 1 “METHODS AND TOOLS OF SPATIAL ANALYSIS” (workgroup 4)

 

Oral communications

Models and tools for territorial dynamic studies

L. Nuninger, L. Saligny, K. Otir, N. Poirier, E. Fovet, C. Gandini, E. Gauthier, . Kokalj, F. Tolle with the collaboration of the ArchaeDyn team

 

Managing complexity the simple way: examples from gis modelling of human behaviour.

Benjamin Ducke, Peter C. Kroefges

 

Agent-Based Modeling and its Application to Prehispanic Settlement Ecodynamics in the Central Mesa Verde Region: Testing Optimality in Site Location in the Archaeological Record.

Timothy Kohler

 

Estimations of population densities from the Neolithic up to the 19th century: methods and results.

Johanna Hilpert, Andreas Zimmermann

 

Interpretive dimensions and variability of population densities.

Andreas Zimmermann, Johanna Hilpert

 

SESSION 2 “CATCHMENT AREAS, TERROIRS AND COMMUNITY LANDS” (workgroup 1)

 

Oral communications

The spatio-temporal dynamic of agricultural areas, from Antiquity to modern period (ArchaeDyn Project).

Nicolas Poirier, Murielle Georges-Leroy, Florian Tolle, Elise Fovet

 

Subsistence, sustainability and population at Tell Al-Rawda: a 3rd Millennium BC town in the Syrian steppe/ Autosuffisance alimentaire et population à Tell Al-Rawda: une ville du troisieme millenaire dans la steppe syrienne.

Olivier Barge, Corinne Castel

 

Catchments, settlement chambers and demography: case studies and general theory in the Greek landscape from prehistory to early modern times.

John Bintliff

 

Posters

Spatial analysis of archaeological sites in the Châtillonnais forests (Côte-d’Or, France).

Sandra Aussel, Dominique Goguey, Yves Pautrat, Laure Saligny, A. Charmot, Claude Mordant, Laure Nuninger

 

Characterization of Agrarian Resources for Archaeological Applications (ArchaeDyn Project).

Elise Fovet, Nicolas Poirier

 

Diet of ancient and middle Neolithic populations in the northwest of Mediterranean. Anthropological and isotopic studies

Gwenaëlle Le Bras-Goude

 

SESSION 3 “SETTLEMENT PATTERNS, NETWORKS AND TERRITORIES” (workgroup 2)

 

Oral communications

The spatio-temporal dynamics of settlement patterns from 800 bc to 800 ad in central and southern gaul: models for an interregional comparison over the long term.

Frédérique Bertoncello, Elise Fovet, Cristina Gandini, Frédéric Trement and Laure Nuninger with the collaboration of the members of Workgroup 2

 

The uncorrupting mountain. Historical dynamics in the Iberian Mountain Range from 5.500 B.C. to 1.800 A.D.

Francisco Burillo, Jesús Arenas, Jesús Picazo, Julián Ortega, Clemente Polo, Carolina Villagordo, Raul López, Esperanza Saiz

 

GIS as a means to investigate «Princely Sites», Space and Environs. New ways to answer old questions.

Axel Posluschny

 

Changing settlement patterns in the Normandy countryside.

Benjamin Van Den Bossch, Cyril Marcigny

 

Posters

Using ArcGIS Spatial Analyst for the investigation of the system of habitation in the Kislovodsk basin (South of Russia).

Dmitry Korobov

 

Rural settlement dynamic during Iron Age in Central Gaul: the excavation and fieldwalking data head to head

Pierre Nouvel, Philippe Barral

 

SESSION 4 “DIFFUSION OF RAW MATERIALS AND MANUFACTURED OBJECTS” (workgroup 3)

 

Oral communications

Models for the study of the consumption and the circulation of resources and products in France and Western Europe during the Neolithic and the Bronze Age (ArchaeDyn project)

Estelle Gauthier, Olivier Weller, Laure Nuninger et avec la collaboration de : Maréva Gabillot, Bénédicte Quilliec, Pierre Petrequin

 

Mobility and circulation of knowledge among potters of the Arewa (South-Western Niger): impact of the frameworks of practice on the spatial distribution of ceramics’ techniques.

Claire Corniquet

 

Posters

Pin consumption on the shores of lake Neuchâtel (Switzerland) during the palafittic Late Bronze Age.

Viktoria Fischer

 

Spatial analysis of the Salt Spring exploitation in Moldavian Pre-Carpatic Prehistory (Romania).

Olivier Weller, Robin Brigand, Laure Nuninger

 

SESSION 5 OPEN SYNTHETIC SESSION

 

Oral communication

Bilan général du programme triennal ArchaeDyn/synthesis of ArchaeDyn project ArchaeDyn 2005-2007 : ambitions, achievements and accomplishments

François Favory, Laure Nuninger
 

Auteur(s)
Cristina GANDINI (dir.)
Docteure en archéologie spatiale, allocataire de recherche ATER, Laboratoire AOROC-ENS Ulm, UMR 8546
François FAVORY (dir.)
Porteur du projet Archaedyn, professeur d'histoire ancienne et archéologie gallo-romaine, Laboratoire Chrono-Environnement, UMR 6249.
Laure NUNINGER (dir.)
Coresponsable du projet Archaedyn, Chargée de recherche CNRS en archéologie spatiale, Laboratoire Chrono-Environnement, UMR 6249.
Public
Archéologues et historiens : antiquisants, médiévistes ; chercheurs confirmés, archéologues bénévoles, doctorants, étudiants, amateurs éclairés de l’archéologie.
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Soutien(s)
CNRS – université de Bourgogne – MSH Dijon (UMS 2739) – MSHE Besançon (UMS 3124) – région Bourgogne – région Franche-Comté – ville de Dijon.