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Le complexe d’ateliers du Cabezo del Pino (Sierra Minera de Cartagena-La Unión, Murcia) et l’organisation de l’activité minière à Carthago Noua à la fin de la République romaine. Apports croisés de l’archéologie et de la géochimie

Abstract : The paper presents the results of the lead isotope analyses (LIA) made on various material and artefacts (ore, washing sediments, litharge) uncovered on the recent excavations carried on an ore washing plant in the Roman silver mining district of Carthago Nova. The aim of such analyses was to precise the isotopic signature of the washing plant so that it could be possible to contextualize it in the whole district. Combined with archaeological and epigraphical data, the LIA can contribute to better know the organisation of Roman mining and metallurgical activity in Cartagena.
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Sandrine Baron, Christian Rico, Juan Antonio Antolinos Marín. Le complexe d’ateliers du Cabezo del Pino (Sierra Minera de Cartagena-La Unión, Murcia) et l’organisation de l’activité minière à Carthago Noua à la fin de la République romaine. Apports croisés de l’archéologie et de la géochimie. Archivo español de arqueología : serie Anejos, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, 2017, 90 (90), pp.147-169. ⟨10.3989/aespa.090.017.007⟩. ⟨hal-02010494⟩

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