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  • Un village préhistorique reconstitué dans le Verdon
    content new window Export PDF new window Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Pinterest Listen the text 5 prehistoric habitats from 5 different periods On the banks of the Verdon 10 minutes from the museum visit the recreated prehistoric village to understand how our ancestors lived Quinson prehistoric village is located outdoors on the banks of the Verdon It is the venue for the museum s activities It presents faithful reconstructions of ancient habitats and offers a life size view of how lifestyles developed during prehistoric times So much to see at the prehistoric village As you visit the village you will understand that prehistoric man did not only live in caves At your own pace explore the different habitats from prehistoric times from the oldest through to the most recent Immerse yourself in over a million years of history with Olduvai stone circle in Tanzania This is the oldest structure built by man It is 1 8 million years old Terra Amata hut Nice this hut was built 400 000 years ago Pincevent teepee which dates back 15 000 years Charavine wattle and daub hut Cambous dry stone hut Provence dolmen The latter three date from the Neolithic era 4 000 years ago These habitats have been reconstructed based on research and observations by archaeologists from all over the world You can visit the village without a guide It is open all the time Prehistoric houses have much to teach us about history Between a rudimentary circle a tent a tepee and a hut when you visit Quinson prehistoric village you will be surprised at the variety of habitats our ancestors built in terms of both the way they organised the space and the materials they used Hominidae had to adapt to the

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  • Animations et activités dans le village préhistorique de Quinson
    text Try your hand at life in prehistoric times Knowledge is great practical experience is even better for that take part in the workshops at our prehistoric village Learn to knap a flint light a fire or shoot an arrow If humans had not developed these basic skills to warm feed and defend themselves we would not be here today Join Quinson Museum s expert guides and try your hand at the daily tasks of prehistoric life At Verdon Gorge Museum of Prehistory most workshops take place in the afternoon We recommend you visit the museum before taking part in the workshops That way you will see the objects and scenes of daily life you viewed at the museum in action at the prehistoric village Alternatively take part in the workshops organised by the education department one day and save the museum itself for a future visit When you return viewing the collections of knapped stones tools armour and clothing will bring the skills you learned during the workshops back to you Scientific research in archaeology is based on concrete sampling and excavations In the same way you can bring the knowledge of prehistory you gain at Quinson to life by learning some very practical skills dating from the dawn of time See experience and understand The museum s expert guides are here to teach you the skills of our ancestors Individually or as a family learn to knap a flint light a fire without matches shoot a bow or use an atlatl to throw a spear You will realise just how important these techniques were to people in prehistoric times and appreciate the time and effort required to hone the skills knapping a flint to create a useful tool or utensil is more difficult than you might imagine You

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  • Les collections du Musée de Préhistoire des Gorges du Verdon
    Près de Laure site Comps sur Artuby 83 was discovered by researchers from From 02 01 2016 to 12 15 2016 Animation Fair Temporary exhibitions in 2016 Two exhibitions Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and From 02 06 2016 to 02 21 2016 Animation Vacances de février venez vivre la Préhistoire En famille ou avec des amis le service éducatif du musée vous propose des 11 Close More News 11 February From 02 01 2016 to 05 16 2016 Fair Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and Verdon area 1st February 16th May The Près de Laure site Comps sur Artuby 83 was discovered by researchers from From 02 01 2016 to 12 15 2016 Animation Fair Temporary exhibitions in 2016 Two exhibitions Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and From 02 06 2016 to 02 21 2016 Animation Vacances de février venez vivre la Préhistoire En famille ou avec des amis le service éducatif du musée vous propose des 12 Close More News 12 February From 02 01 2016 to 05 16 2016 Fair Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and Verdon area 1st February 16th May The Près de Laure site Comps sur Artuby 83 was discovered by researchers from From 02 01 2016 to 12 15 2016 Animation Fair Temporary exhibitions in 2016 Two exhibitions Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and From 02 06 2016 to 02 21 2016 Animation Vacances de février venez vivre la Préhistoire En famille ou avec des amis le service éducatif du musée vous propose des 13 Close More News 13 February From 02 01 2016 to 05 16 2016 Fair Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and Verdon area 1st February 16th May The Près de Laure site Comps sur Artuby 83 was discovered by researchers from From 02 01 2016 to 12 15 2016 Animation Fair Temporary exhibitions in 2016 Two exhibitions Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and From 02 06 2016 to 02 21 2016 Animation Vacances de février venez vivre la Préhistoire En famille ou avec des amis le service éducatif du musée vous propose des 14 Close More News 14 February From 02 01 2016 to 05 16 2016 Fair Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and Verdon area 1st February 16th May The Près de Laure site Comps sur Artuby 83 was discovered by researchers from From 02 01 2016 to 12 15 2016 Animation Fair Temporary exhibitions in 2016 Two exhibitions Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and From 02 06 2016 to 02 21 2016 Animation Vacances de février venez vivre la Préhistoire En famille ou avec des amis le service éducatif du musée vous propose des 15 Close More News 15 February From 02 01 2016 to 05 16 2016 Fair Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and Verdon area 1st February 16th May The Près de Laure site Comps

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  • Le travail des scientifiques pour le Musée de préhistoire de Quinson
    Fair Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and Verdon area 1st February 16th May The Près de Laure site Comps sur Artuby 83 was discovered by researchers from From 02 01 2016 to 12 15 2016 Animation Fair Temporary exhibitions in 2016 Two exhibitions Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and From 02 06 2016 to 02 21 2016 Animation Vacances de février venez vivre la Préhistoire En famille ou avec des amis le service éducatif du musée vous propose des 11 Close More News 11 February From 02 01 2016 to 05 16 2016 Fair Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and Verdon area 1st February 16th May The Près de Laure site Comps sur Artuby 83 was discovered by researchers from From 02 01 2016 to 12 15 2016 Animation Fair Temporary exhibitions in 2016 Two exhibitions Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and From 02 06 2016 to 02 21 2016 Animation Vacances de février venez vivre la Préhistoire En famille ou avec des amis le service éducatif du musée vous propose des 12 Close More News 12 February From 02 01 2016 to 05 16 2016 Fair Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and Verdon area 1st February 16th May The Près de Laure site Comps sur Artuby 83 was discovered by researchers from From 02 01 2016 to 12 15 2016 Animation Fair Temporary exhibitions in 2016 Two exhibitions Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and From 02 06 2016 to 02 21 2016 Animation Vacances de février venez vivre la Préhistoire En famille ou avec des amis le service éducatif du musée vous propose des 13 Close More News 13 February From 02 01 2016 to 05 16 2016 Fair Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and Verdon area 1st February 16th May The Près de Laure site Comps sur Artuby 83 was discovered by researchers from From 02 01 2016 to 12 15 2016 Animation Fair Temporary exhibitions in 2016 Two exhibitions Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and From 02 06 2016 to 02 21 2016 Animation Vacances de février venez vivre la Préhistoire En famille ou avec des amis le service éducatif du musée vous propose des 14 Close More News 14 February From 02 01 2016 to 05 16 2016 Fair Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and Verdon area 1st February 16th May The Près de Laure site Comps sur Artuby 83 was discovered by researchers from From 02 01 2016 to 12 15 2016 Animation Fair Temporary exhibitions in 2016 Two exhibitions Settling in Prehistoric moments in the Jabron Artuby and From 02 06 2016 to 02 21 2016 Animation Vacances de février venez vivre la Préhistoire En famille ou avec des amis le service éducatif du musée vous propose des 15 Close More News 15 February From 02 01 2016 to 05 16 2016 Fair Settling in Prehistoric moments

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  • 50 ans de fouilles et de recherches pour faire naître le musée
    following decades of excavations in the Verdon Gorge canyon by passionate researchers and prehistorians These archaeological campaigns revealed an invaluable body of evidence of man s presence in Provence dating back one million years And why the Museum of Prehistory was created following 50 years of excavations and research In 2001 the museum opened its doors to the public for the first time following decades of excavations in the Verdon Gorge canyon by passionate researchers and prehistorians These archaeological campaigns revealed an invaluable body of evidence of man s presence in Provence dating back one million years Over sixty archaeological sites were excavated in the Verdon over a fifty year period During the 1960s CNRS researchers Henry de Lumley Jean Courtin and Charles Lagrand led excavations in the Verdon before dams were built and Sainte Croix Lake was created Before this father and son team Bernard and Bertrand Bottet had already identified numerous clues pointing to the presence of man in the Verdon and Baume Bonne cave in particular during prehistoric times Thousands of archaeological artefacts were discovered in numerous caves in the Alpes de Haute Provence and Var departments These were mainly lithic stone objects but also included human and animal bones ceramics and metal furniture A museum to bring prehistory to life The museum is based on the idea that prehistory does not stop at classifying artefacts Each item flint bone etc tells the story of a man or woman and the museum brings their stories to life by offering visitors a three dimensional experience which appeals to the senses as well as providing information A museum to conserve and study archaeological material from excavations and present research results to the general public with a permanent exhibition telling the story of a million years of human presence in

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  • Conseil scientifique du musée de la préhistoire des Gorges du Verdon
    window Export PDF new window Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Pinterest Listen the text Quinson Museum Scientific Committee Responsibilities operation and composition The scientific committee is a consultative working group which gives its opinion on actions taken by the museum Role of the scientific committee The scientific committee is responsible for making recommendations on the museum s cultural and scientific policy It can also make suggestions regarding research and cultural programming It meets once each year The Verdon Gorge Museum of Prehistory scientific committee is a group of people with qualifications in archaeology history and scientific epistemology together with representative of the museum s institutional partners It reinforces and develops relationships between the museum and the scientific community on a regional national and international level Scientific committee members Scientists Noël Coye Chair Heritage Curator Ministry of Culture and Communication Researcher at UMR 5608 TRACES University of Toulouse Speciality history of archaeology and prehistory Henry de Lumley Emeritus Professor at the French National Museum of Natural History and Director of the Institute of Human Palaeontology Paris Speciality Palaeolithic period Jean Courtin Honorary Research Director at the CNRS Speciality Neolithic period Claire Gaillard Researcher at CNRS UMR 7194 Natural History of Prehistoric Man Speciality Palaeolithic period Jean Jacques Bahain Senior Lecturer at the French National Museum of Natural History UMR 7194 Natural History of Prehistoric Man Speciality Palaeolithic period dating methods Pierre Voinchet Senior Lecturer at the French National Museum of Natural History UMR 7194 Natural History of Prehistoric Man Speciality Palaeolithic period dating methods Maxence Bailly Senior Lecturer at Aix Marseille University UMR 7269 Mediterranean Laboratory of Prehistory Europe and Africa Speciality Neolithic period Thibault Lachenal CNRS Researcher UMR 5140 Archaeology of Mediterranean Societies Speciality Bronze age Myette Guiomar Geologist Speciality regional geology Institutions

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  • s collections du musée de Quinson inestimables pour les chercheurs
    Quinson Museum Scientific Committee Research on the Museum of Prehistory collections A documentation centre dedicated to prehistory Scientific publications Preparing your visit At a glance Family visits Group visits Visiting with a school or activity centre group Museum passport Essential museum information Things to see and do near Quinson Que cherchez vous You are here Research Research on the Museum of Prehistory collections Decrease text size Increase text size Print page content new window Export PDF new window Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Pinterest Listen the text Research on the Museum of Prehistory collections An archaeological collection of over 350 000 objects The prehistoric artefacts at Quinson Museum are an inexhaustible source of knowledge for scientists Today students and researchers come here to work on the collections to improve our understanding of the evolution of man and throw new light on existing knowledge Current research programmes For a long time the Verdon Gorge was overlooked by the world of research How things have changed The quantity of prehistoric artefacts discovered during excavations is absolutely enormous Hundreds of millions of objects have been found on more than 60 archaeological sites Numerous studies of these

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  • Un centre de documentation sur la préhistoire dédié aux chercheurs
    An outstanding natural site the village to live prehistory 5 prehistoric habitats from 5 different periods Try your hand at life in prehistoric times Collections Research At a glance 50 years of excavations and research Quinson Museum Scientific Committee Research on the Museum of Prehistory collections A documentation centre dedicated to prehistory Scientific publications Preparing your visit At a glance Family visits Group visits Visiting with a school or activity centre group Museum passport Essential museum information Things to see and do near Quinson Que cherchez vous You are here Research A documentation centre dedicated to prehistory Decrease text size Increase text size Print page content new window Export PDF new window Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Pinterest Listen the text A documentation centre dedicated to prehistory Researchers and students our resources are here for you to use Quinson Museum houses a documentation centre for scientists A large number of works are available for consultation on site Over 2 000 documentary resources The museum s documentation centre is open to researchers academics and students by appointment It offers resources on themes relating to prehistory and archaeology Themes anthropology archaeozoology palaeontology fauna geology etc

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