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La fosse E de Destelbergen (Flandre Orientale, Belgique): un ensemble caractéristique du faciès céramique du nord-ouest de la Gaule Belgique au début du IIe siècle ap. J.-C.

(2001) REVUE DU NORD. 83(343). p.131-174
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The archaeological survey carried out in 1974 by the Archaeology Seminar of Gent University in the northern part of the antique urban area of Destelbergen (Western Flanders, Belgium) led to the excavation of a large dumping pit. This latter, filled in during the first quarter of the 2nd century, is characterized by the wealth of its pottery artefacts. Wecan find the whole range of pottery types characterizing the Menapia features at the Trajan period in which pottery influences from northern France and pottery traditions of the northern part of the civitas Menapiorum cross-fertilize each other. The major features of this collections are the dominant share of cooking earthenware baked in a reducing mode, the important number of terra nigra in Scaldian and ler's pastes, the presence of pitcher-amphoras in red paste from the Scheldt valley and the homogeneous group of potteries of native tradition.

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Thoen, Hugo, and Fréderic Hanut. 2001. “La Fosse E De Destelbergen (Flandre Orientale, Belgique): Un Ensemble Caractéristique Du Faciès Céramique Du Nord-ouest De La Gaule Belgique Au Début Du IIe Siècle Ap. J.-C.” Revue Du Nord 83 (343): 131–174.
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Thoen, Hugo, & Hanut, F. (2001). La fosse E de Destelbergen (Flandre Orientale, Belgique): un ensemble caractéristique du faciès céramique du nord-ouest de la Gaule Belgique au début du IIe siècle ap. J.-C. REVUE DU NORD, 83(343), 131–174.
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Thoen H, Hanut F. La fosse E de Destelbergen (Flandre Orientale, Belgique): un ensemble caractéristique du faciès céramique du nord-ouest de la Gaule Belgique au début du IIe siècle ap. J.-C. REVUE DU NORD. 2001;83(343):131–74.
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Thoen, Hugo, and Fréderic Hanut. “La Fosse E De Destelbergen (Flandre Orientale, Belgique): Un Ensemble Caractéristique Du Faciès Céramique Du Nord-ouest De La Gaule Belgique Au Début Du IIe Siècle Ap. J.-C.” REVUE DU NORD 83.343 (2001): 131–174. Print.
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