Marc Guyon

Marc Guyon
Institut national de recherches archéologiques préventives | INRAP · Department Rhône-Alpes/Auvergne

Master of Science

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Introduction
Since january 2014 director of the scientific study of the wreck Lyon Saint-Georges 4 and coordinator researchers outside laboratories involved in the wreck.
Additional affiliations
August 1992 - July 2016
Institut national de recherches archéologiques préventives
Position
  • Chargé d'opération et de recherche

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The planned excavations carried out between 2013 and 2016 in the port and commercial district of Saint-Lupien in Rezé (Loire-Atlantique) have brought to light a set of textile remains with specific technical characteristics. They were discovered in burial conditions that allowed the textiles to retain information enabling them to be restored to the...
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Thanks to the complete dismantling of this 2nd century AD wrecked ship found in Lyon in order to conserve her, 26 linear metres of waterproofing material made of pitched textiles were removed from the seals between the planks. A new unfolding protocol led to the recovery of larger pieces than in the past, while information on the Roman caulker was...
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LSG4 (Lyon Saint-Georges n°4) is a gallo-roman shipwreck discovered in 2004 in Lyon, France, during a rescue excavation, and then stored in a lake for ten years with two others wrecks from the same period. Over the past two years, conservators have been working tight with the archaeologist in charge of the LSG4 shipwreck and now we present how we b...
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In 2011, a preventive archeology operations, following a prescription issued by the State (DRAC Rhône-Alpes), has increased our knowledge of this bridge, seizing the opportunity to repair the item by the conseil général de la Loire.This stone bridge, which can cross the “le Sornin” River, is located south of the town of Charlieu.No summary does not...
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During a preventive archaeological excavation executed by INRAP as required by the Ministry of Culture were discovered in 2003, in Lyon (France), in an ancient right bank of the river Saône, near the confluence with the river Rhône, six Gallo-Roman (Ist to IIIrd c. AD) wrecks of barges. At the time of the Xth ISBSA (Mainz 2006), we had made a prese...
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Dès lors que les bateaux ne sont plus monoxyles, il est nécessaire d’assurer l’étanchéité de l’assemblage, le plus souvent, par l’insertion en force entre les bois d’un joint imperméabilisant. Cette opération, le calfatage, est d’une extrême importance, au point que « calfat » est quelques fois utilisé comme synonyme de « charpentier naval ». En ba...
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The use of moss material to make boats watertight (caulking) has been a widespread practice in Europe, with records dating back to the Bronze Age. In this article we report the bryophyte assemblages from fifteen boats, which have been conserved as wrecks in the rivers of Upper Rhône and Saône near Lyons, France. The assemblages vary according to th...
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Les récentes découvertes d’épaves de barges fluviales gallo-romaines à Arles et à Lyon (place Tolozan et parc Saint-Georges), auxquelles s’ajoutent les épaves de Chalon-sur-Saône, ont non seulement attiré l’attention sur la batellerie fluviale et lacustre gallo-romaine mais aussi porté au premier plan des recherches sur le bassin rhodanien et le Mi...
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Préparé depuis plusieurs années par une forte équipe d’archéologues, d’architectes et d’historiens reconnus, cet ouvrage est le résultat d’une enquête rigoureuse et exhaustive concernant les ponts routiers antiques de pierre de l’ensemble de la France. Y ont pris part des chercheurs relevant du ministère de la Culture, de l’université, du C.N.R.S.,...
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Seize embarcations ont été mises au jour lors d’une fouille archéologique préventive préalable à la construction d’un parc de stationnement souterrain situé à l’emplacement d’une ancienne rive droite de la Saône. Ces épaves, qui couvrent dix-huit siècles d’architecture nautique fluviale, constituent un exceptionnel mémorial archéologique. Elles se...
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Seize embarcations ont été mises au jour lors d’une fouille archéologique préventive préalable à la construction d’un parc de stationnement souterrain situé à l’emplacement d’une ancienne rive droite de la Saône. Ces épaves, qui couvrent dix-huit siècles d’architecture nautique fluviale, constituent un exceptionnel mémorial archéologique. Elles se...
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During the building of an underground car park in Lyon, on the level of a fossil bank of the River Saône, archaeological rescue operations were carried out by the French Institute of Preventive Archaeological Research (Institut National de Recherches Archéologiques Préventives; INRAP) on commission of the Ministry of Culture. Field works, directed...
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Sondage archéologique sur la fondation d'une pile de pont daté du IIème siècle après J.-C. et d'un bateau type "chaland" d'une longueur probable de 20 mètres.

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I'm trying to make an inventory of the places were built boats and especially the scene of the dump that could be involved. I'm looking for information on where the boats were stored after use, photos or prints, texts, collective memories, in fact, all documents that can identify a place? How were run these places? I know that the dump site can be hard to identify because often the boat could be torn. My research is primarily focused on wooden boats and river system. Thank you in advance for your help.

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The waterproofing material of the wreck was partially removed while she was in conservation process. The pitch impregnating the textiles permitted their conservation in really good state. 26 linear meters were taken, and with nearly 3 meters unfolded, more than 2 square meters of archaeological textiles were recovered. This will allow a very significant survey both on waterproofing techniques at roman period, but also with textiles as witnesses of a specific economy.