Denis Henrotay

Denis Henrotay
Service Public de Wallonie · Direction de l’Archéologie

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Une villa gallo-romaine à l'origine de la fondation de l'abbaye de Saint-Hubert (Belgique). La légende relatait que Plectrude, femme de Pépin II de Herstal, cède le domaine à Bérégise, pour y fonder un monastère sur les ruines d'une ancienne fortification romaine.
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The compositional signature of the medieval ceramics produced at Autelbas was established using petrological, granulometric, geochemical and analyses by diffractometry. The ceramics are made of kaolinitic non-calcareous fine clays, quartz grains (in the size range of silt or fine sand) with no added temper. Petrography and geochemistry show that th...
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The compositional signature of the medieval ceramics produced at Autelbas was established using petrological, granulometric, geochemical and diffractometry analyses. The ceramics are made of kaolinitic non-calcareous fine clays, quartz grains (in the size range of silt or fine sand) with no added temper. Petrography and geochemistry show that the a...
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Preventive archaeological excavations have been recently undertaken in the extension of the southern town of Arlon (Orolauno vicus), on both sides of the Semois, located in the current province of Luxembourg in Belgium. These excavations have revealed several buildings and roads, and also a neighbourhood function craft. A large building with galler...

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