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  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2018
    English
    Authors: 
    Huet Thomas;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience; As with geography, ceramic decorations are essentially spatial organisations of features. Therefore, they should be analysed with spatial indexes. But spatial analyses, at the shard or the complete ceramic scale, are often difficult to set up, mostly because of the contiguity of graphical features.This paper presents a new method to record and analyse ceramic decoration. We use graph theory, with a GIS interface and Python programming, to analyse ceramic decoration in a bottom-up process. A priori definitions are minimal and only concern elementary units (morphological, graphical and plastic) which compose the ceramic.The studied corpus is composed of ceramic decorations belonging to the Mailhac I facies (Late Bronze Age), characterised by complex figurative compositions. Each decoration — complete or fragmented — is considered as a spatialized network (i.e. geometric graph). Graph theory provides tools to record and measure proximities between units and normalised indexes to compare different decorations, whatever their completeness. The GIS offers a graphic interface and ensures the correctness of spatial relationships between these units. The typology of these units is realised in a hierarchical oriented graph. This structure allows processes of generalisation (going up the tree) and specification (going down the tree), permitting comparison between units with different kinds of resolution and/or complexity. The method presented here can be used for other types of mediums(statuary, rock art, etc.).

  • English
    Authors: 
    Roger, Patricia; Bosc, A.; Déroche, François; Vezin, Jean; Barrandon, Jean-Noël;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Christian Degrigny; Francesca Piqué;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience; The aim of this study was to examine and document the wall paintings in theChâteau de Germolles. Situated in Burgundy, France, Germolles is the best preservedresidence of the Dukes of Burgundy and was listed as a monument ofnational importance in 1989.The medieval wall decoration of the Château de Germolles was rediscoveredunder the nineteenth-century plasters during World War II. Medieval accounts ofthe château provide a detailed list of the materials acquired to make the muraldecoration, but this list is incongruous when compared with the current appearanceof the paintings. The discrepancy between the archival and material evidence,and also the need to understand the complexity of the painting technique usedwere the main motivations for undertaking the case study described in this chapter.Imaging alongside more traditional examination techniques were utilized torecord and document the mural decoration. The objectives of the case study wereto distinguish the original materials from those applied during restoration, identifythose materials, and correlate them with the archives. We also tried to understandthe medieval painting techniques used and assess the condition of the paintingsand stabilization requirements. Finally we aimed to find a sustainable solution forthe management of the various types of data collected. Various techniques andinvestigations offered valuable insights into the materials and the painting techniqueused. To improve visitor experience, based on the information gained in thecourse of this study, a 3D virtual representation of the original decoration is currentlyproposed for display to the public visiting the Château de Germolles.

  • Publication . Book . Part of book or chapter of book . Other literature type . Conference object . 2007
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Pascale Chardron-Picault; Jean-Paul Guillaumet; Yannick Labaune;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    L’importance de l’artisanat autunois et son développement jusqu’au iiie siècle prennent racine à Bibracte qui a su exploiter les ressources naturelles de son environnement et parfaire un savoir-faire local ayant survécu à la conquête. Les recherches sur ces activités manufacturières menées conjointement à Bibracte et à Autun nous offrent ainsi une opportunité d’étudier ces problématiques sur la durée. À Bibracte, puis à Autun, les artisans du métal sont omniprésents, mais d’autres métiers, aux témoins plus discrets, ont pu aussi êtres identifiés. Dans le cadre de cet article, nous présentons succinctement les lieux de production et un bilan des différents corps de métier. Enfin, nous évoquons la transmission des activités entre Bibracte et Autun et l’évolution des activités autunoises au cours des trois premiers siècles de notre ère. The importance of the craft industry in Autun and its development during the 3rd c. had their roots in Bibracte, which successfully exploited its natural resources and environment and perfected a local expertise that had survived the Roman conquest. Research into these manufacturing activities performed in both Bibracte and Autun provides an opportunity to study issues throughout the period in question. In Bibracte, and later at Autun, metalworking was omnipresent but other activities, of which less evidence has been found, can also be identified. This article presents a concise summary of the places of production and an overview of the different trade guilds. Finally, a description is given of the diffusion of activities from Bibracte to Autun and their development there during the first three centuries AD. Die Bedeutung des Handwerks in Autun und seine Entwicklung bis zum 3. Jahrhundert wurzeln in Bibracte, dessen Bewohner es verstanden haben, die natürlichen Ressourcen der Umgebung zu nutzen und ihr handwerkliches Können, das die römische Eroberung überlebt hat, zu perfektionieren. Die parallel in Bibracte und in Autun durchgeführten Untersuchungen dieser handwerklichen Tätigkeiten bieten Gelegenheit, deren Entwicklung im Laufe der Zeit zu untersuchen. In Bibracte und später in Autun sind die Metallhandwerker omnipräsent, doch daneben können auch andere Berufe, deren Zeugen diskreter sind, identifiziert werden. Im Rahmen dieses Artikels stellen wir knapp die Produktionsstätten und eine Bilanz der verschiedenen handwerklichen Tätigkeiten vor. Schließlich schneiden wir kurz das Thema der Verlegung der Aktivitäten von Bibracte nach Autun an und das der Entwicklung dieser Tätigkeiten in Autun in den drei ersten Jahrhunderten unserer Zeitrechnung.

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  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2018
    English
    Authors: 
    Huet Thomas;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience; As with geography, ceramic decorations are essentially spatial organisations of features. Therefore, they should be analysed with spatial indexes. But spatial analyses, at the shard or the complete ceramic scale, are often difficult to set up, mostly because of the contiguity of graphical features.This paper presents a new method to record and analyse ceramic decoration. We use graph theory, with a GIS interface and Python programming, to analyse ceramic decoration in a bottom-up process. A priori definitions are minimal and only concern elementary units (morphological, graphical and plastic) which compose the ceramic.The studied corpus is composed of ceramic decorations belonging to the Mailhac I facies (Late Bronze Age), characterised by complex figurative compositions. Each decoration — complete or fragmented — is considered as a spatialized network (i.e. geometric graph). Graph theory provides tools to record and measure proximities between units and normalised indexes to compare different decorations, whatever their completeness. The GIS offers a graphic interface and ensures the correctness of spatial relationships between these units. The typology of these units is realised in a hierarchical oriented graph. This structure allows processes of generalisation (going up the tree) and specification (going down the tree), permitting comparison between units with different kinds of resolution and/or complexity. The method presented here can be used for other types of mediums(statuary, rock art, etc.).

  • English
    Authors: 
    Roger, Patricia; Bosc, A.; Déroche, François; Vezin, Jean; Barrandon, Jean-Noël;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Christian Degrigny; Francesca Piqué;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience; The aim of this study was to examine and document the wall paintings in theChâteau de Germolles. Situated in Burgundy, France, Germolles is the best preservedresidence of the Dukes of Burgundy and was listed as a monument ofnational importance in 1989.The medieval wall decoration of the Château de Germolles was rediscoveredunder the nineteenth-century plasters during World War II. Medieval accounts ofthe château provide a detailed list of the materials acquired to make the muraldecoration, but this list is incongruous when compared with the current appearanceof the paintings. The discrepancy between the archival and material evidence,and also the need to understand the complexity of the painting technique usedwere the main motivations for undertaking the case study described in this chapter.Imaging alongside more traditional examination techniques were utilized torecord and document the mural decoration. The objectives of the case study wereto distinguish the original materials from those applied during restoration, identifythose materials, and correlate them with the archives. We also tried to understandthe medieval painting techniques used and assess the condition of the paintingsand stabilization requirements. Finally we aimed to find a sustainable solution forthe management of the various types of data collected. Various techniques andinvestigations offered valuable insights into the materials and the painting techniqueused. To improve visitor experience, based on the information gained in thecourse of this study, a 3D virtual representation of the original decoration is currentlyproposed for display to the public visiting the Château de Germolles.

  • Publication . Book . Part of book or chapter of book . Other literature type . Conference object . 2007
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Pascale Chardron-Picault; Jean-Paul Guillaumet; Yannick Labaune;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    L’importance de l’artisanat autunois et son développement jusqu’au iiie siècle prennent racine à Bibracte qui a su exploiter les ressources naturelles de son environnement et parfaire un savoir-faire local ayant survécu à la conquête. Les recherches sur ces activités manufacturières menées conjointement à Bibracte et à Autun nous offrent ainsi une opportunité d’étudier ces problématiques sur la durée. À Bibracte, puis à Autun, les artisans du métal sont omniprésents, mais d’autres métiers, aux témoins plus discrets, ont pu aussi êtres identifiés. Dans le cadre de cet article, nous présentons succinctement les lieux de production et un bilan des différents corps de métier. Enfin, nous évoquons la transmission des activités entre Bibracte et Autun et l’évolution des activités autunoises au cours des trois premiers siècles de notre ère. The importance of the craft industry in Autun and its development during the 3rd c. had their roots in Bibracte, which successfully exploited its natural resources and environment and perfected a local expertise that had survived the Roman conquest. Research into these manufacturing activities performed in both Bibracte and Autun provides an opportunity to study issues throughout the period in question. In Bibracte, and later at Autun, metalworking was omnipresent but other activities, of which less evidence has been found, can also be identified. This article presents a concise summary of the places of production and an overview of the different trade guilds. Finally, a description is given of the diffusion of activities from Bibracte to Autun and their development there during the first three centuries AD. Die Bedeutung des Handwerks in Autun und seine Entwicklung bis zum 3. Jahrhundert wurzeln in Bibracte, dessen Bewohner es verstanden haben, die natürlichen Ressourcen der Umgebung zu nutzen und ihr handwerkliches Können, das die römische Eroberung überlebt hat, zu perfektionieren. Die parallel in Bibracte und in Autun durchgeführten Untersuchungen dieser handwerklichen Tätigkeiten bieten Gelegenheit, deren Entwicklung im Laufe der Zeit zu untersuchen. In Bibracte und später in Autun sind die Metallhandwerker omnipräsent, doch daneben können auch andere Berufe, deren Zeugen diskreter sind, identifiziert werden. Im Rahmen dieses Artikels stellen wir knapp die Produktionsstätten und eine Bilanz der verschiedenen handwerklichen Tätigkeiten vor. Schließlich schneiden wir kurz das Thema der Verlegung der Aktivitäten von Bibracte nach Autun an und das der Entwicklung dieser Tätigkeiten in Autun in den drei ersten Jahrhunderten unserer Zeitrechnung.