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Des Gaulois aux Gallo-romains: l'agriculture du midi de la France

Philippe MARINVAL
Pallas
No. 64, LES HOMMES ET LA TERRE DANS LA MÉDITERRANÉE GRÉCO-ROMAINE : Textes réunis par Christophe CHANDEZON et Christine HAMDOUME, Colloque international de Montpellier et Loupian (21-23 mars 2002) (2004), pp. 233-242
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43684641
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Abstract

Cet article présente un bilan de l'agriculture gauloise et gallo-romaine de la Narbonnaise, établi á partir des données archéobotaniques. Les changements intervenus au cours de l'époque romaine sont mis en évidence, mais surtout est brossé un tableau réactualisé de l'économie végétale agricole gauloise car de nouveaux documents et de nouvelles approches sont venues modifier nos connaissances. L'on sait maintenant, qu'outre les influences exercées par les peuples navigateurs-marchands, (phénicopuniques, étrusques, grecs et romains), les sociétés indigénes ont connu une maturation interne, indépendante de ces contacts extérieurs. This article presents an assessment of Gallic and Gallo-Roman agriculture in the Narbonese province as established from archeobotanical data. The changes that occurred during the Roman era are brought into evidence but what is chiefly of importance is an updated picture of the vegetal economy of Gallic agriculture owing to the fact that new documents and new approaches have been modifying our knowledge of affairs. We are now aware that besides the influences from merchant, sea-faring peoples (Phenico-punic, Etruscan, Greek and Roman) native societies experienced a maturity of their own independent of external contacts.

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