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La transmission de la "Nature" et du "Rural" dans la ville: Le cas de Tours

Hélène Noizet
Études rurales
No. 175/176, Nouveaux chapitres d'histoire du paysage (Jul. - Dec., 2005), pp. 109-128
Published by: EHESS
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20122523
Page Count: 20
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La transmission de la "Nature" et du "Rural" dans la ville: Le cas de Tours
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Abstract

L'étude, dans la longue durée, des modes de transmission des informations spatiales sur le site de la ville de Tours atteste l'importance du rôle des chenaux fluviaux et du parcellaire rural dans le processus dit urbain. La cohérence entre la nature, le statut et la chronologie d'objets très différents est morphologique, et il faut inventer des notions hybrides pour en rendre compte. Ainsi du concept de "corridor fluviaire" appliqué au castrum de Saint-Martin, hypothèse au centre du propos. /// The long-term study of how spatial information about the site of the city of Tours has been transmitted shows the importance of river channels and plots of land in the so-called urban process. The coherence between the nature, status and chronology of quite different objects is morphological. Hybrid concepts, such as "river corridor" as applied to the castrum of St. Martin (a central hypothesis herein), have to be devised to account for it.

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