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In may 2007, the ULg's Administrative Board (joined in June 2007 by the FUSAGx) decided to create an institutional repository and defined a strong institutional self-archiving policy to increase the visibility, accessibility and impact of the University's publications (Board's decision). This decision led to the official launch, in November 2008, of the ORBi platform including both the Academic Bibliography and the Institutional Repository of the Wallonia-Europe University Academy.

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  1. L’orfèvrerie médiévale à l’épreuve de la modélisation numérique : l’exemple de la valorisation de deux œuvres septentrionales et leur exploitation scientifique pour la création d’un e-corpus

    Hallot, Pierre; Gil, Marc
    De nos jours, il existe une multitude de bases de données visant au référencement, au classement et à une meilleure accessibilité de sources historiques, archéologiques ou d’histoire de l’art. Certaines d’entre elles concernent déjà les pièces d’orfèvreries. Cependant, la plupart des systèmes de documentation actuels visent à fournir une notice descriptive agrémentée de clichés photographiques des éléments décrits. Dans le cadre du projet e.thesaurus, nous proposons de partir d’une modélisation numérique tridimensionnelle des objets à documenter comme base de documentation. Les informations thématiques qui seront ensuite collectées, seront attachées – ou géoréférencées – à partir du modèle 3D construit. Ce nouveau mode de fonctionnement devrait permettre une meilleure compréhension des techniques d’assemblage, des techniques de fabrication des...

  2. Searching for why and how: functional or technical motications for the production of twisted blades during the Upper Palaeolithic

    Tomasso, Antonin; Rots, Veerle
    Peer reviewed

  3. A hunter-gatherer in the North of Italy: impact fracture analysis of the lithic materials from Riparo Villabruna (Belluno, Italy)

    Ruta, Giancarlo; Rots, Veerle; Peresani, Marco

  4. The use of SEM-EDS in the documentation and characterisation of tool residues: recent research and future directions

    Hayes, Elspeth; Rots, Veerle; Cnuts, Dries

  5. La "Vigna Manzi" a Garaguso. Passato, presente e futuro di un importante sito lucano

    Cuvelier, Graham

  6. Reconstructing the design of Gravettian weapons: techno - functional approach to tanged points from Maisières - Canal

    Coppe, Justin; Taipale, Noora; Touzé, Olivier; Rots, Veerle

  7. Untangling tangs: Implications of tanged stone tool morphologies for hafting and raw material use in the Palaeolithic

    Taipale, Noora; Tomasso, Sonja; Coppe, Justin; Touzé, Olivier; Rots, Veerle
    Tanged tools are the most obvious typological hint of stone tool hafting in the Palaeolithic record. As a result, their appearance has been viewed as the advent of tool hafting, and tangs in younger assemblages are often taken as a sign of technological change. Despite these assumptions, the implications of tanged morphologies for hafting, overall tool design, and raw material use are only starting to become addressed in functional studies. Meanwhile the significance of morphological and technological variability among tangs from different periods has received little attention. We discuss this aspect by presenting new results on Aterian and Early Gravettian...

  8. New light on the variability of hunting equipment in the Gravettian

    Coppe, Justin; Taipale, Noora; Touzé, Olivier; Bodu, Pierre; Chiotti, Laurent; Rots, Veerle
    Hunting is commonly believed to have been one of the central aspects in the lives of Palaeolithic groups and it is therefore an integral part of almost any attempt to explain the archaeological record. Different methods are used to understand prey selection (archaeozoology), to identify lithic or osseous armatures (use-wear analysis) and to reconstruct their production sequences (chaîne opératoire analysis). Despite these achievements, our current methods tell us little about the overall design of hunting weapons and their change through time, which would be a key aspect for a true reconstruction of Palaeolithic hunting practices. In this contribution, we argue that...

  9. Roman Streets and Urban Economy

    Mainet, Grégory; Morard, Thomas
    Peer reviewed

  10. Garaguso (MT) - Contrada Filera - "Vigna Manzi". Rapporto dello scavo archeologico del 2008 (GARA08) e Rapporto della missione di documentazione del 2016 (GARA16)

    Cuvelier, Graham; Morard, Thomas; Moret, Jean-Marc; Motta, Lucie

  11. Un mosaico ostiense di prima età imperiale poco noto : l'ambiente 81 della “Domus a Peristilio” (IV, V, 16)

    Morard, Thomas; Dienst, Simon; Wastiau, Charles
    Peer reviewed

  12. La Vigna Manzi a Garaguso (MT) : Vecchi scavi, ricerche in corso e prospettive di studio di un importante sito indigeno

    Cuvelier, Graham; Morard, Thomas; Motta, Lucie
    Peer reviewed

  13. Les sols en béton de tuileau de la "Domus aux Bucranes" à Ostie : Contexte de production et observations technologiques

    Morard, Thomas; Wastiau, Charles
    Peer reviewed

  14. Ostia Antica. Nouvelles études et recherches sur les quartiers occidentaux de la cité

  15. Around the Fire: Understanding the effect of heat exposure on hafting adhesives

    Tomasso, Sonja; Cnuts, Dries; Rots, Veerle
    Since several adhesive technologies require heat during their production process, fireplaces are closely linked with the use of adhesives for hafting. While fireplaces are often recognised archaeologically, evidence for hafting adhesives in the Palaeolithic record is rare and no study has yet focussed on the effect of heat exposure on adhesive deposition, preservation and alteration. The goal of this experimental study is therefore to improve our understanding of the impact of heat exposure on adhesives that are deposited on lithic tools. Our observations demonstrate that the influence of fire should be taken into account when examining hafting adhesives. Beside the fact...

  16. Finding a standard procedure in impact-fractures analysis: the case of Grotta di Pozzo (L’Aquila – Italy)

    Ruta, Giancarlo; Rots, Veerle; Mussi, Margareta

  17. New evidences about human activities during the first part of the Upper Pleniglacial in Ukraine from zooarchaeological studies

    Demay, Laetitia; Belyava, V.I.; Kulakovska, Larissa; Patou-Mathis, Marylène; Péan, Stéphane; Stupak, D.V.; Vasilev, P.M.; Otte, Marcel; Noiret, Pierre
    Peer reviewed

  18. First geochimichal sourcing of 'Balkan flint' and 'Prut flint' from Palaeolithic Romania: potentials, limitations and future directions

    Moreau, Luc; Ciornei, A.; Gjesfjelds, E.; Filmoser, P.; Gibson S.A.; Day, J.; Nigst, Philip R.; Noiret, Pierre; Macleod, R.A.; Nita, L.; Anghelinu, Mircea
    Peer reviewed

  19. La lune façonne notre pensée

    Otte, Marcel; Noiret, Pierre

  20. Histoire de l'Art et Archéologie de la Préhisoire

    Noiret, Pierre; Rots, Veerle

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