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Le grand amphithéâtre de Metz : perspectives de recherches pour la première fouille urbaine de sauvetage en Lorraine (1902-1903)

Abstract : The La Cour d’Or, Metz Métropole Museum holds the artifacts recovered in 1902-1903 during the excavation of the grand amphitheater of Metz by German scholars. This was the first true research excavation in the Lorraine urban sector and its relatively abundant documentation is still preserved. Nevertheless, the publications concerning this edifice date to the early 20th century and do not include some of the artifacts discovered. A recent inventory conducted at the Musée de La Cour d’Or enabled the identification of all the recovered artifacts. These collections can be usefully linked to those originating from the recent excavations carried out in proximity to the monument.
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Julien Trapp. Le grand amphithéâtre de Metz : perspectives de recherches pour la première fouille urbaine de sauvetage en Lorraine (1902-1903). Revue archéologique de l'Est, Société archéologique de l’Est, 2019, 67, pp.489-501. ⟨hal-03288830⟩

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