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Molecular signature of Late Bronze Age archaeological layers preserved in littoral settings in Lake le Bourget (French Alps).

Abstract : The Final Bronze Age was a key period for Human history in the Alps since numerous human occupations developed on lake shores attest to an increased anthropication of alpine ecosystems at that time [1]. Successions of abandonment and occupations were most probably climatically-driven through lacustrine level variations [2]. Our recent results on a sediment core drilled in Lake le Bourget provide a detailed record of the evolution of past human activities for this period by using a molecular biomarker specific of millet cultivation [3]. These original results motivated the research of new molecular biomarkers of human activities.
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Jérémy Jacob, Jean-Robert Disnar, Yves Billaud, Fabien Arnaud, Claude Le Milbeau. Molecular signature of Late Bronze Age archaeological layers preserved in littoral settings in Lake le Bourget (French Alps).. International Meeting of Organic Geochemistry - IMOG, Sep 2009, France. 1 p. ⟨insu-00442920⟩

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