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Le site de Paule. © DR / BCD The site of Paule.

Almanac'h is the podcast of Brittany Culture diversity. It is an exciting trip through big dates of the history of Brittany with historians, historians and archives put in his own. In this episode, the archaeologist Yves deny returns to the history of the site of Paule and explains what allows to qualify as "Celtic".

Beyond the raw facts, the remarks of The Almanac'h of Brittany is to return the events in their context, to return to some received ideas, to evoke the sources that can write this story, and finally to measure the suites of these a few dates and to apprehend the memorial issues associated with it.

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to Century BC, A Gallic Family important set in Paule. The archaeologist Yves lead comes back on the history of this site and explains what allows to qualify it as "Celtic".

This family does not leave this vast area, now near Carhaix, for the six centuries that follow. This original continuous occupation helps us think about the existence of a "Celtic civilization", from 550 BC.

Yves MENEZ is archaeologist and regional conservative of archeology at the Regional Directorate of Cultural Affairs of Brittany. He specializes in the age of iron and supervised the excavations of Paule, recently published in the book a residence of the Nobility Gaulise: the camp of Saint-Symphorien in Paule (Côtes-d'Armor).

In this episode, it tells us how the history of the site of Paule allows us to approach this long history in the Breton Peninsula, but also the relationship between the data of archeology and the ancient texts on the one hand, and the current image of the Celts on the other hand.

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series Almanac'h is a series produced by Brittany Culture Diversity. Proposed and carried out by Antoine Gouritin.

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