Vincent Delvigne

Vincent Delvigne
University of Liège | ulg · Service de Préhistoire

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To appear in: Handbook of Pleistocene Archaeology of Africa, Volume 1, chapter 49. Editors: Amanuel Beyin, David K. Wright, Jayne Wilkins, and Deborah I. Olszewski. Publisher: Springer Nature, Cham, Switzerland. ISBN-13: 978-3031202896
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for axe head production in Bartonian (Eocene) silicite close to the mining complex of Jablines. They are attributed by the associated set of tools and the archaeological background to the later part of the Paris Basin Middle Neolithic (c. 4300–3700 BCE). The main characteristics of the knapping places are bifacial shaping to produce axe head prefor...
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Les recherches conduites dans le très haut bassin de la Loire et ses marges rhodaniennes précisent l’enchaînement des changements environnementaux durant la Préhistoire et nourrissent la réflexion sur les interactions milieu-société : regards croisés sur un espace naturel où les impératifs des territoires culturels s’affrontent aux facteurs limitan...
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in RAPPORT D’ACTIVITÉ 2021 PROJET COLLECTIF DE RECHERCHE « RÉSEAU DE LITHOTHÈQUES EN CENTRE-VAL DE LOIRE » COORDINATION : V. DELVIGNE, R. ANGEVIN, P. FERNANDES, H. LETHROSNE
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in RAPPORT D’ACTIVITÉ 2021 PROJET COLLECTIF DE RECHERCHE « RÉSEAU DE LITHOTHÈQUES EN CENTRE-VAL DE LOIRE ». COORDINATION : V. DELVIGNE, R. ANGEVIN, P. FERNANDES, H. LETHROSNE
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DELVIGNE ET RAYNAL. (COORD.), 2021 : Delporte H. (†), Daugas, J.-P. (†), Delvigne, V., Raynal, J.-P., Alix, Ph., Angevin, R., Archambault de Beaune, S., Aulanier, M., Bosselin, B., Bracco, J.-P., Buisson, D. (†), Chauvière, F.X., Chomette, D., Cormarèche, E., Daugas, C., Defive, E., Drücker, D., Ducasse, S., Exposito, L., Fernandes, P., Fontana, L....
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This paper aims at introducing a recent European collaborative project dedicated to lithic studies of the Neolithic. It unites a group of archaeologists from France, the United Kingdom, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany, who belong to different research traditions. Our first meetings stressed the need for a cross-border dialogue and a common lan...
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Actes de la séance commune de la Société préhistorique française et la Hugo Obermaier-Gesellschaft à Strasbourg (16-17 mai 2019) Textes publiés sous la direction de Ludovic Mevel, Mara-Julia Weber et Andreas Maier Paris, Société préhistorique française, 2021 (Séances de la Société préhistorique française, 17), p. 27-69 www.prehistoire.org Résumé :...
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The structuring and perception of landscape in Upper Palaeolithic societies seem to closely depend on the degree of mobility of individuals and/or groups. To understand the various aspects of any settlement pattern, it is thus essential to place an archaeological site within a territory that is both dynamic and composite by nature. This implies tha...
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Territories are complex objects, constructed by empirical, utilitarian, mythical, and sacred perceptions of human societies as a spatial emanation of culture. Territories are built, structured and lived around some places or spaces which social values remain stable throughout the ages in the collective thoughts: territories are anchored in space an...
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Petro-archaeological analysis of the lithic industry of the Lower Paleolithic of La Belle-Roche cave (Sprimont, Belgium), according to the grids developed in recent years by various research programs in France, allows a new reading of this industry. Although the anthropic character of certain objects seems well-estabilished, their accumulation in t...
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Défini en 1935 par D. Peyrony d’après ses fouilles à Laugerie-Haute (couche F), le Gravettien final de faciès « Protomagdalénien » est un techno-système du Paléolithique supérieur que les dates radiocarbone situent entre 26 et 25 ka cal BP dans le sud-ouest de la France. Cette industrie lithique très particulière se retrouve dans cinq sites : en Au...
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Since 2006, several Collective Research Projects (PCR) entitled “Réseau de lithothèques” – which have been grouped together as part of a Research Group (GDR) since 2019 – have been collecting large volumes of spatial data on sedimentary silicified rocks (SSR) in France. An exhaustive and harmonised inventory of rock libraries containing these mater...
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* Thanks to Woodie Guthie, 1964. Studies about characterization and sourcing of raw materials used by prehistoric foragers, and more specifically the various siliceous ones (flint, chert, silcrete and hydrothermal silicite), became routine for archaeologists from the end of the last century. However, from an archaeological point of view, simply loc...
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Depuis 2016, le PCR « Réseau de lithothèques en région Centre - Val de Loire » (PCR CVDL) s’inscrit dans une perspective longue de recherche sur les modes d’exploitation des ressources lithiques et sur la territorialité des groupes humains préhistoriques. Outre l’étude ou la révision de séries archéologiques de l’espace régional, la caractérisation...
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Depuis 2016, le PCR « Réseau de lithothèques en région Centre - Val de Loire » (PCR CVDL) s’inscrit dans une perspective de recherche sur les modes d’exploitation des ressources lithiques et sur la territorialité des groupes humains préhistoriques. Outre l’étude ou la révision de séries archéologiques de l’espace régional, la caractérisation précis...
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Le PCR « Réseau de lithothèques en AuvergneRhône-Alpes » offre un cadre nouveau pour la pétroarchéologie et s’engage pour une science ouverte qui passe par la mise en place de formats d’échanges standardisés répondant à des normes internationales. Il contribue ainsi à la réalisation et la diffusion de fiches numérisées et harmonisées nécessaires à...
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Le programme collectif de recherche Réseau de lithothèques en Nouvelle- Aquitaine peut être considéré comme l’un des pôles de l’élan national qui se met peu à peu en place. Il participe d’une synergie et d’une expertise attendue par la communauté des archéologues. Il fait partie des nouveaux programmes de recherche sur l’origine des matériaux et a...
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DELVIGNE ET RAYNAL. (COORD.), 2020 : Delporte H. (†), Daugas, J.-P. (†), Delvigne, V., Raynal, J.-P., Alix, Ph., Angevin, R., Archambault de Beaune, S., Aulanier, M., Bosselin, B., Bracco, J.-P., Buisson, D. (†), Chauvière, F.X., Chomette, D., Cormarèche, E., Daugas, C., Defive, E., Drücker, D., Ducasse, S., Fernandes, P., Fontana, L., Gibaud, A.,...
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Car ils constituent l’essentiel des vestiges parvenus jusqu’à nous, les silicites (silex, cherts, silcrètes, silices hydrothermales) sont depuis toujours au cœur des réflexions sur les peuples sans écriture. Pourtant, pour diverses raisons scientifiques, méthodologiques et académiques, la détermination approfondie des matériaux lithiques – la pétro...
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For the past decade, the reevaluation of the Laborian, a chronocultural ensemble dated around 12,500- 11,000 cal BP and stratigraphically located between the Late Azilian and the Mesolithic Sauveterrian, has made it possible to revitalize the research of the Final Paleolithic, during the Pleistocene-Holocene transition. Several works have thus been...
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Southwestern France is an area well known for its numerous Middle Paleolithic occupations, as evidenced by the eponymous site of Le Moustier or other major sites such as Combe-Grenal or La Ferrassie among others. However, these sites are almost all located in a small area between the Vézère and the Dordogne valleys. Although a few sites have been e...
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European Society for the study of Human Evolution ESHE meeting 2020 Worldwide https://www.eshe.eu/static/eshe/peshe/ESHE_2020_abstracts.pdf
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doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2020.102369. Editor embargo until May 2022. For several years, multidisciplinary archaeological operations organized by the Ministry of Culture and named ‘Collective Research Projects’ (PCR) have enabled the design and use of a descriptive database for a part of southern and central France. This data base describes and stor...
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For several years, multidisciplinary archaeological operations organized by the Ministry of Culture and named ‘Collective Research Projects’ (PCR) have enabled the design and use of a descriptive database for a part of southern and central France. This data base describes and stores the main geological aspects of sedimentary silicified rocks of che...
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From prehistoric subsistence spaces to the first "terroirs" in Velay. Histoire sociale Haute-Loire. Editions du Roure, Polignac. Manuscrit accepté sous-presse disponible sur demande. Private full-text is available upon request. Introduction : "Les recherches menées depuis les années 1960 en Velay, Brivadois et Vivarais ont livré un important corpus...
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The Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition in Europe witnessed the replacement and partial absorption of local Neanderthal populations by Homo sapiens populations of African origin1. However, this process probably varied across regions and its details remain largely unknown. In particular, the duration of chronological overlap between the two grou...
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Projet Collectif de Recherche « Réseau de lithothèques en Auvergne Rhône-Alpes »
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To date, in Africa, evidence for animal processing and consumption in caves routinely used as living spaces is only documented in the late Middle Pleistocene of the North and South of the continent and postdates the Middle Pleistocene in East Africa. Here we report the earliest evidence in a North-African cave (Grotte des Rhinocéros at Casablanca,...
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The petro-archaeology of silicites defines the origin of the siliceous raw material found in archaeological sites. Recent methodological advances, like more precise facies definition, determining the provisioning path for silicites in studied sites, the 'evolutionary chain concept' and precise mapping of siliceous mineral domains, enable us to iden...
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Studies on the origin of lithic raw materials have become increasingly important since the 1980s. Sourcing studies play a key role in appreciating territory management and group mobility, which are two major issues of the archaeology of prehistoric hunter-gatherer societies. Most approaches use only part of the potential information contained withi...
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The south-eastern margins of the French Massif Central yield many rock shelters and caves with Neanderthal occupations dated to the Marine Isotopic Stages (MIS) 5-3. Les Barasses II and Abri des Pêcheurs share the same topographic configuration with lithic and faunal peculiarities, especially the abundance of ibex remains as well as a diversified c...
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Abordées par le biais de leur acquisition, les matières premières lithiques retrouvées en nombre dans les sites archéologiques portent et contiennent des données à valeur géographique et constituent des témoins privilégiés des déplacements humains aux temps préhistoriques. En couplant les résultats de l’analyse technologique avec la méthode de diag...
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Visite du site du Rond du Barry à Polignac. Déplacement à l'Archéo-Logis de Laussonne : présentation du site, visite le l'exposition, commentaires. Conférence.
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Dans des paysages soumis à d'importants changements régis par les variations du climat global et les aléas du volcanisme régional, les humanités successives (Néanderthaliens puis Humains modernes) ont circulé selon des parcours de subsistance inféodés à de plus vastes territoires culturels. Puis, notre humanité s'est progressivement sédentarisée au...
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Depuis 2016, le PCR « Réseau de lithothèques en région Centre - Val de Loire » s’inscrit dans une perspective de recherche sur les modes d’exploitation des ressources minérales et sur la territorialité des groupes humains préhistoriques.
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Le programme collectif de recherche réseau de lithothèques en Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes existe depuis 12 ans. Il est à l’initiative d’une synergie désormais reconnue sur l’origine des matières premières. Sa fonction est essentielle dans la consolidation d’une structure coopérative de recherche aux échelles régionale et nationale. Démarche nécessaire, qu...
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In the wake of the discovery of numerous large blade workshops at Le Grand-Pressigny site (Indre-et-Loire, France), which initially aroused great interest, the mid-Loire Valley region became central to studies of flint diffusion. Despite the quality of the initial work, the widely shared view now is that the capacity for this concept to continue to...
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Petro-archaeology is a powerful tool useful in understanding the origin and management of rocks discovered in prehistoric sites and the complexity of human territories. This research technique has been applied extensively to the Massif Central and its margins, allowing the revaluation of lithic imports from the Rhodanian corridor. Flint derived fro...
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Une évocation des peuplements et territoires préhistoriques en Velay-Vivarais où les paysages spectaculaires liés à un riche passé volcanique stimulent l'imagination.
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On the basis of new Palaeolithic studies performed in East and North Africa and in Europe, we have made a diachronic examination of the relationships between different humanities and the lithic environment (the lithospace), to demonstrate how an optimised petro-archaeological approach to lithic resources allows a revision of procurement maps and ho...
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For several years, interdisciplinary collective research projects (PCR) have enabled the design and use of a descriptive database of the main flints marker in southern and central France, associated with their primary and secondary deposits. Collected data come from a prospecting form describing the flint formation and from a modular database divid...