After the palaeo-environmental study of the march of Tasdon and after the one conducted Rue de la Fabrique, Amélie is conducting a new, extensive palaeo-environmental study…
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!
Amélie will be present at the EAA in Barcelona from the 5th to the 8th of September. Come to see us at booth #41 in…View More Amélie will be at the EAA in Barcelona!
Amélie just achieved the geochemical mapping of three medieval housesits discovered in Alsace, eastern France. These analyses are conducted to investigate spatial organisation of the…View More Geochemical mapping of medieval housepits
It is on the bucolic riversides of the Dordogne (south-western France) that Amélie recently sampled archaeological features at two iron age and gallo-roman settlements. Several…View More Sampling campagne
As happens every year, Amélie was visited by the French Nuclear Safety Authority (or l’Autorité de Sureté Nucléaire) in order to have our ionizing radiation…View More Annual external control of our XRF equipment
Amélie carried out the chemical analysis of an important assemblage of iron age jewellery excavated in a necropolis in eastern France. 208 artefacts have been…View More Chemical analysis (pXRF) of iron age jewellery
Amélie just finished the geochemical mapping by pXRF of a neolithic and bronze/iron age settlement in the Seine valley. We analysed the elementary composition of…View More Large scale geochemical mapping in the Seine valley
In 2018, Sabrina Save is organising a session during the 24th annual meeting of the EAA (European Association of Archaeologists) in Barcelona from the 5th to the 8th of September 2018 (https://www.e-a-a.org/EAA2018). This session is…View More Join our session at the EAA in Barcelona !
From the 3rd of February to the 3rd of March, Amélie will work from the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research in the University of Cambridge…View More In February, Amélie will be in residence at the University of Cambridge
Two small and friable spheres suspected to be animal droppings recovered from a Neolithic building were investigated through Scanning Electron Microscopy-Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy…View More Animal droppings