Amélie completed the geochemical survey by pXRF of 3 Neolithic/Bronze buildings with abside discovered in the Seine valley. This type of architecture, unknown in the area,…View More Geochemical survey of Neolithic buildings
Sabrina Save just published, in collaboration with site directors from different French commercial units, an article in Archaeological Prospection on the method she has developed…View More Major publication in Archaeological Prospection
The site of Beine-Nauroy (51) La Noue Cochard revealed 137 beautifully preserved housepits dating to the Early Middle Ages. Twenty seven samples from different features…View More Oat as fodder on an Early Medieval site of Champagne
Since Spring 2019, our new lab Terrascope, dedicated to the production of micromorphology thin sections is crazy busy! We receive samples from all over the…View More News from Terrascope
We would like to thank Region “Grand Est” for allocating us a grant for the creation of our new facilities Terrascope, dedicated to the production…View More Thank you “Grand Est”!
Next September, Sabrina Save will present two papers at the next EAA in Bern. These two oral communications will take place in two different sessions: Contribution…View More Two papers at the next EAA meeting in Bern
It is with a slight delay but loads of joy that we declare open our new lab Terrascope (www.terrascope-tss.com), dedicated to the production of archaeological…View More Tadaam!
Last week the French Heritage required our services to take boreholes in a well to document its stratigraphy. We reached the depth of 10m without…View More Taking boreholes
In January 2019, we open a new laboratory dedicated to the production of soil thin sections for micromorphological and geoarchaeological studies: Terrascope. We are currently setting…View More Terrascope: our new facilities for high quality soil thin sections!
You have been numerous to visit our booth at the Exhibition Fair of the EAA2018 in Barcelona! We received many interests in our services and…View More Success at the EAA!