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RAP03300.pdf (RANNEE (35). La Chaussée. Rapport de fouille)
  • the site are primarily composed of silty clays (fig 1). The primary objective of the excavation was to compliment data previously acquired in 1990 during the aerial surveys of Gilles Leroux, and recovered by the 1999 test excavations of J.-C. Meuret. These earlier studies identified
  • a rural habitation dating between the second century BC and the first century AD. Excavations at La Chaussée provide data documenting the western edge of this site. The La Chaussée site is characterized by a series of parallel east-west ditches that cross the study area ; the two
  • . The ceramics recovered from the site date between the second and first centuries BC and do not provide adequate detail to refine the chronological history of the various phases of re-construction. In addition, these materials were recovered primarily from non-stratified midden or trash
  • layers as well as from the upper fillings of the ditches. In the southern part of the study area, and organized parallel to one of the ditches, a possible semi-circular building (apse) was identified. While the plan is incomplete, the structure is oriented on an east-west axis
  • , with the western wall of the building perhaps functioning with a palisade. Modern pits related to the planting of trees as well as drains and parcel boundaries are present throughout the study area, with some of the structures identifiable on the Napoleonic maps ; others remain as visible marks
  • on the landscape today. Overall, the density of structures and artefacts recovered from the study area was relatively low, suggesting a short occupation. 4 ÉTAT DU SITE L’occupation se poursuit à l’ouest et à l’est de l’emprise de fouille comme l’attestent les photographies aériennes de G