Antoine Dumas

Docteur en archéologie protohistorique

UMR 5607 Ausonius, membre associé

I defended my PhD thesis in 2016. This work was oriented towards the identification and description of the spatial and chrono-cultural dynamics of the Early Iron Age populations of South West France, through the intensive use of GIS and typology (mainly, but not only, ceramic typology). In the recent years, I developed new lines of work, centered on the Bronze-Iron age transition along the Atlantic seaboard and its close hinterland. My current research topics include cartography and spatial analysis, the theoretical aspects of the typological methods in archaeology, and, more broadly, the socio-political characterization of the atlantic communities during the IInd and Ist millenium BC.

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Norms, Standards, Routines : production and information during Late Prehistory in Europe and the Mediterranean

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