Soil micromorphological study of historic implement mark features at Lincent, Belgium
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|Title:||Soil micromorphological study of historic implement mark features at Lincent, Belgium||Authors:||Lewis, Helen||Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/4539||Date:||May-2007||Abstract:||The site of Lincent is located between Liège and Brussels, c. 50 km east of Brussels, in an old valley infilled with loessic colluvium, apparently mostly dating to historic times, although major episodes of Roman period and possibly earlier colluvium have also been identified. The site was excavated as part of a contract following the new TGV line between Köln and Brussels (Fechner et al. 1998). In September 1998, the author visited the site to examine two Roman period ard mark horizons located during excavations in 1997, and to sample for soil micromorphological study from the tillage horizons identified.||Type of material:||Technical Report||Keywords:||Roman period;Micromorphology||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Not peer reviewed|
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