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Within the current range of archaeological periodicals dedicated to specific regions, periods or specialties, Archéopages proposes a new editorial approach based on archaeology’s ability to bring fresh insights into the ways humans live together. Archéopages examines a theme, which are followed by an exchange of views between an archaeologist and a researcher from another discipline and summarises a research programme or critically presents new archaeological methods and techniques. The journal also gives ample coverage to new discoveries.

Latest issue
47 | 2020
Alcools

Alcohols
Alcoholes
Beer, wine, brandy, liqueur... Alcoholic beverages have always been multiple and so have the ways of consuming them, while the image that society has of alcohol consumers oscillates between the best and the worst. What facilities and containers were invented to ensure fermentation, distillation and conservation? How are recipes created, perpetuated and refined? What elements are used in the composition of these drinks and what properties do they have or not? Was the alcohol produced to be consumed quickly or could it be kept? What archaeological evidence can be used to assess the quantities and qualities produced? Archaeological remains and furniture allow us to take account of the diversity of use and the evolution of taste. We distinguish the ways in which the production and consumption of certain alcohols were reserved or limited to a particular type of event (ritual, festival, meal, illness, etc.), a social class, a gender or a region.
  • Dominique Garcia
    Éditorial [Full text]
  • Dossier

    • Rachel Bernard, Nicolas Garnier and Arnaud Lefebvre
      Du vin dans une incinération de l’âge du Bronze final à Saint-Dizier
      An early funerary practice? Wine in a Final Bronze Age cremation at Saint-Dizier
      ¿Una práctica funeraria temprana? Vino en una cremación de la Edad del Bronce Final en Saint-Dizier
    • Anne-Françoise Cherel and Dominique Frère
      Fabrication et consommation locales
      Wine in Brittany from the early Iron Age? Local production and consumption
      ¿El vino en Bretaña desde la primera Edad del Hierro ? Producción y consumo locales
    • Anne-Françoise Cherel and Dominique Frère
      A vase-filter for wine?
      ¿Un jarrón con filtro para el vino?
    • Marion Saurel
      L’exemple des grands contenants champenois
      Beer in Protohistory. The example of large ceramic containers from Champagne region
      La cerveza en la Protohistoria. El ejemplo de los grandes contenedores de cerámica de Champaña
    • Bastien Dubuis, Nicolas Garnier, Delphine Barbier-Pain, Dominique Frère, David Josset and Émilie Millet
      La tombe princière de Lavau (Ve siècle avant notre ère)
      Wine and power. The princely tomb of Lavau (5th century BC)
      El vino y el poder. La tumba principesca de Lavau (siglo V a.C.)
    • Pierre Séjalon, Valérie Bel and Nicolas Garnier in collaboration with Sébastien Barberan, Nathalie Chardenon, Vianney Forest, Cécile Jung, Florent Mazière and Antoine Ratsimba
      Enquête pluridisciplinaire sur des ensembles de la Celtique méditerranéenne
      Wine in funerary practices. A multidisciplinary investigation of assemblages from the Celtic Mediterranean
      El vino en las prácticas funerarias. Una investigación multidisciplinar de los ensamblajes del Mediterráneo celta
    • Nicolas Thomas
      Production et consommation des produits distillés de boissons fermentées (XIIe-XVIIe siècle)
      Aqua vitae and aqua ardens. Production and consumption of distilled products of fermented beverages (12th-17th century)
      Aqua vitae y aqua ardens. Producción y consumo de productos destilados de bebidas fermentadas (siglos XII-XVII)
    • Lise Saussus and Arnaud Dujardin
      Brasseries et consommation de bières dans quelques villes médiévales du nord de la France
      Water and malt. Breweries and beer consumption in some medieval towns in northern France
      Agua y malta. Cervecerías y consumo de cerveza en algunas ciudades medievales del norte de Francia
    • Stéphane Brouillaud and Alban Horry
      Les enseignements d’un dépotoir
      Alcohol in Lyon and its region at the beginning of the 20th century. The lessons of a dumping ground
      El alcohol en Lyon y su región a principios del siglo XX. Las lecciones de un vertedero
    • Yves Desfossés
      Vestiges archéologiques de la Première Guerre mondiale
      War and alcohol consumption. Archaeological remains of the First World War
      Guerra y consumo de alcohol. Vestigios arqueológicos de la Primera Guerra Mundial
    • Yves Desfossés and Alain Jacques
      The SRD canisters in the Great War
      Los bombonas SRD en la Gran Guerra
    • Vincent Carpentier in collaboration with Vincent Tessier
      Vestiges archéologiques de la Seconde Guerre mondiale
      War and alcohol consumption. Archaeological remains of the Second World War
      Guerra y consumo de alcohol. Vestigios arqueológicos de la Segunda Guerra Mundial
    • Fanette Laubenheimer, Stéphane Le Bras and Catherine Chauveau
      Propos recueillis par Catherine Chauveau
  • Pratiques

    L’usage du détecteur de métaux : Premier bilan d’expérimentations diverses à l’Inrap
    Use of metal detectors: Initial assessment of various experiments at Inrap
    El uso de detectores de metales: primera evaluación de varios experimentos en Inrap
    The use of the detector continues to arouse doubt or mistrust in the archaeological community because this device is first and foremost linked to experiences of looting, venality, and the destruction of sites and data. However, when properly understood and carried out by experienced people, it can be very useful during an operation: it can be used to orientate strategies and make excavation choices, to build up a more complete corpus, sometimes unpublished, which will help to better understand the social status or the diversity of types of occupation of a site, to better read the chronological overlaps, especially on sites with short occupation periods, to reveal structures and... to limit the risks of looting!
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