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Souffi, Beńédicte

Overview
Works: 8 works in 21 publications in 2 languages and 85 library holdings
Roles: Author, Interviewee, Opponent
Classifications: GN774.22.F7, 936.4
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Beńédicte Souffi
Le Mésolithique en Haute-Normandie (France) : l'exemple du site d'Acquigny "l'Onglais" (Eure) et sa contribution à l'étude des gisements mésolithiques de plein air by Bénédicte Souffi( Book )

12 editions published in 2004 in French and English and held by 74 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Le mésolithique de Haute-Normandie l'exemple du site d'Acquigny "l'Onglais" (Eure) : contribution à l'étude des gisements mésolithiques de plein-air by Bénédicte Souffi( Book )

3 editions published between 2003 and 2004 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Depuis ces dix dernières années, d'importantes découvertes ont entraîné un renouveau des problématiques sur le Mésolithique. Dans le cadre de notre travail, l' étude du gisement d' Acquigny, a permis, en explorant plusieurs champs d'investigation, d'aborder plusieurs de ces thèmes. Après avoir rediscuté les conditions taphonomiques et remis en cause la seule datation réalisée, une première intention visait à déterminer la nature de l' occupation mésolithique, en vérifiant deux hypothèses. Tout d'abord l'éventualité d'une homogénéité culturelle du gisement conformément aux premières interprétations, puis celle d'une succession d' occupations à différentes phases du Mésolithique. Au terme de cette étude, la seconde hypothèse nous est apparue plus convaincante. En effet, la composition typologique de deux sondages réalisés à proximité du secteur fouillé, ainsi qu'une répartition typologique et spatiale en fonction des aspects physiques différentiels du matériel lithique, isolent plusieurs ensembles typologiques. Parallèlement, cette étude a su entraîner un réexamen des données régionales, et une -nouv-elle proposition chronologique
Sur la trace des premiers Parisiens( Visual )

1 edition published in 2012 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Sauveterrian hunter-gatherers in Northern Italy and Southern France : evolution and dynamics of lithic technical systems by Davide Visentin( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Sauveterrian represents one of the main cultural aspects of the European Early Mesolithic. It was at first identified and described in southern France during the 1920ies. Following the discovery of similar lithic assemblages in north-eastern Italy (Adige Valley), during the 1970ies it was proposed that this culture had developed over a large territory whose central areas are represented by southern France and northern Italy. The presumed uniformity of this complex was based, in particular, on the presence in both regions of needle-like backed points (Sauveterre points) and triangular microliths. In the following years a first typological attempt to verify the actual homogeneity of the Early Mesolithic of this region arose some doubts regarding the appropriateness of this unification. Following this line of research the main aim of this work was, thus, to question and verify this association, by applying a broad technological approach to the study of the lithic assemblages belonging to 23 stratigraphic contexts from 12 French and Italian reference sites. More specifically these assemblages were investigated with the aim of reconstructing the entire reduction sequences, from the procurement of lithic raw materials to the use and discard of tools. Different analytical techniques were thus combined in order to understand and characterize the Sauveterrian assemblages from different and complementary viewpoints. Besides, the evaluation of the uniformity of the Sauveterrian complex in its central area with respect to the neighbouring cultural groups, allowed tentatively approaching the investigation of the very nature of western European Early Mesolithic
Paris et les derniers chasseurs-cueilleurs( Visual )

1 edition published in 2012 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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Languages
French (19)

English (2)