Modern Methods of Archaeological Site Research in France: Seminars and Fieldwork Experience in the Province of Dordogne (South West of France)

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Stay program for young Russian scientists in France included a number of events tar­geted at the acquisition of modern methods of archaeological site research, establishing new scientific links and experience exchange with foreign colleagues. Professionals from No­vosibirsk took part in archaeological excavations of a Solutrean site Fourneau-du-Diable. They attended a great number of Stone Age archaeological sites in the South West of France, got to see classical Stone Age collections at the National Museum of Prehistory, took part in scientific seminars and workshops, organized by French researchers. A specialized inter­national seminar focused on development and usage of 3D models in archaeology provid­ed an opportunity of communication with leading specialists in the sphere of 3D images modeling, as well as immediate participation in 3D fieldwork and learning the techniques of working with the obtained virtual models.

Keywords: France, Fourneau-du-Diable, Paleolithic, Solutrean culture, stone industry, bone industry, archaeozoology, experimental archaeology, 3D model.

Modern Methods of Archaeological Site Research in France: Seminars and Fieldwork Experience in the Province of Dordogne (South West of France)
References: Galina D. Pavlenok, Alena V. Shalagina, Svetlana V. Schneider, Vasiliy S. Kovalev, Vladislav V. Kazakov, Malvina Baumann Modern Methods of Archaeological Site Research in France: Seminars and Fieldwork Experience in the Province of Dordogne (South West of France) . Universum Humanitarium (En). 2, #2. С. 23–33.