Illustration d'une mission ArkéoTopia en Nouvelle-CalédonieSearching, and even more importantly... finding... or more precisely, creating new knowledge of human technical cultures brings together the last two activities of ArkéoTopia. Without chronological or geographical limits, with ArkéoTopia the subjects can relate to France as well as the international, touching as much upon the first tools of the Paleolithic era as with the contemporary remains dear to industrial archeology.

In this section, you’ll find the research activities specific to the association: presentation of research projects, calls for research, survey reports, excavation reports, inventories ... as well as archaeological publications from our partners and stakeholders in the research we support.

You’d like to submit a scientific article, which will be shared on our website?
If you’re an archaeologist, art historian, historian, professional or volunteer anthropologist, or you come from another discipline, but your subject relates to human history, you can submit your article by writing via our form and respecting the following guidelines:

  • Provide an abstract of 500 characters (spaces included) and a maximum of 7 keywords
  • Do not exceed 5000 words, excluding schedules and references
  • Format your text in Docx - Word, Odt - OpenOffice or equivalent
  • Provide all illustrations in jpg or png formats, with a minimum sizing of 10cm height for 300dpi
  • Provide all tables in Xlsx – Excel, Ods – OpenOffice, or equivalent formats

If you’d like to learn more about ArkéoTopia’s research programs and the relationships we can build together, visit us at the Scientist profile, the Enthusiast profile, or the Student profile according to your status/interests.

Meetings around European Archeology 2013

Professionals, students and volunteers in the fields of archeology and art history are invited to the Meetings around European Archeology (MEA), on Saturday December 7, 2013 at 2:30pm, at the Maison des Associations of the 7th district in Paris, whose theme will be: Archeology, a Mutating Discipline.

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Chinese nephrite distribution in Europe

Following the discovering of a complete heavy ormamental set of an equestrian warrior from a rich Thracian necropolis at Chatalka in the Stara Zagora region (Bulgaria), É. Gonthier, R. I. Kostov and E. Strack present "A Han-dated ‘hydra’-type nephrite scabbard slide found in Chatalka (Bulgaria): the earliest and most distant example of Chinese nephrite distribution in Europe".

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Is it possible to improve the analysis of an archaeological dig without being the one digging?

Does archaeological research only consist in digging? Asking this is to risk getting involved in a sensitive subject which always divides the archaeological scientific community, between the old school ones and the ones from mediation theory. On February 22, 2014, Prof. Margueron reopened the debate that led to the article of Dr. Gransard-Desmond: "Is it possible to improve the analysis of an archaeological dig without being the one digging?".

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