Institut national de recherches archéologiques préventives (INRAP)


A protohistoric burial site at Marliens (Côte-d’Or)

History & Archeology

Inrap archaeologists conducted an excavation at Marliens, some twenty kilometers east of Dijon, prior to the extension of a gravel pit (Eqiom) in the Ouche valley, a tributary of the Saône. The three excavated areas, representing a total surface area of 60,000 m², yielded a series of occupations ranging from the Neolithic to the Early Iron Age.

History & Archeology - Nov 30, 2023

An ancient winery on the banks of the Rhône at Laveyron (Drôme)

History & Archeology

At Laveyron, Inrap archaeologists have uncovered a wine-making facility built in the 1st century AD, on top of large buildings dating from the 1st century BC.