Unexpected escapes from the CNRS. Earth sciences, archaeology… A common history?

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As part of the European Archeology Days:

Unexpected escapes from the CNRS. Earth sciences, archaeology… A common history?

At the opening of the JEA, the MALP welcomes the CNRS for an unexpected escape. . .

As part of the European Archeology Days:

Unexpected escapes from the CNRS. Earth sciences, archaeology… A common history?

At the opening of the JEA, the MALP welcomes the CNRS for an unexpected escape:
What if the analysis of archaeological remains provided geologists with clues about past tectonic activity? Or, what if that of the magnetic field helped in the dating of ancient ceramics? And what about the persistent imprint of the mining activities of ancient civilizations in our waterways? Discover how an object of study can be found at the crossroads of different disciplines and give rise to synergies between scientists from different backgrounds.

In the presence of scientists from the Institute of Earth Sciences (ISTerre – CNRS/IRD/UGA/USMB):
- Nathanael SCHAEFFER, CNRS researcher - geophysicist
- Julia DE SIGOYER, teacher - UGA researcher - geologist
- Alejandro FERNANDEZ-MARTINEZ, CNRS researcher – geochemist

The 3 mini-conferences will be followed by the screening of the film Iznik, the mysteries of the sunken basilica by Pascal Guérin (52').

Thursday June 13 at 18:30 p.m.

Duration: 2h30

Free / No registration

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