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Sanctuaires et pratiques religieuses du IIIe au Ve s. apr. J.-C. dans le Centre-Est de la Gaule (Lugdunensis I et Maxima Sequanorum)

Abstract : The available documentation (archaeological data from former and new excavations, written sources) regarding the eastern areas of Gaul is quite copious, offering the possibility to get on main questions about the evolution of the traditional paganism between the Early Empire and Late Antiquity. This collation and classification of sources allows, in particular, to put forward a rather precise phasing of events concerning the changes in cult practices as well about the transformation of equipments and cult sites.
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Antony Hostein, Martine Joly, Michel Kasprzyk, Pierre Nouvel. Sanctuaires et pratiques religieuses du IIIe au Ve s. apr. J.-C. dans le Centre-Est de la Gaule (Lugdunensis I et Maxima Sequanorum). Gallia - Archéologie de la France antique, CNRS Éditions, 2014, Dossier : La fin des dieux, 71 (1), pp.187-218. ⟨hal-01503442⟩

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