Potières du Buisson : la céramique de tradition Melocheville sur le site Hector-Trudel
Mercury Series; Archaeology 168
319 pages; 66 photographs; 123 illustrations; 17 maps; 39 tables; 6.75x9.5"; paper
French The first objective of this study is to describe the world prehistoric Amerindian pottery and to highlight its characteristics. Then, the author wants to trace the diachronic development of this production by means of the seriation of attributes. The third objective is to determine the relative originalityof the pottery produced by the groups at the Hector-Trudel site, as compared with other Northeastern ceramic productions. Finally, it contributes to understand a period of Quebec prehistory that remains largely unknown.