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Tête de pipe à l’effigie de Napoléon 1er du début du XIXe s., Verneuil-sur-Seine (Yvelines, Île-de-France)

Abstract : The recent discovery of a pipe bowl in the choir of the church of Saint-Martin in Verneuil-sur-Seine (Yvelines) provides an opportunity to study this type of object more closely. The find, decorated with a mask of Napoleon I, was deposited together with other 19th century objects. Besides the description and analysis of the pipe bowl, this article explores this type of anthropomorphic artifact produced by the ateliers Gambier and seeks to specify the date range of its production and use. This artifact, found in a stratified context, is the starting point of a more general discussion of 19th century earthenware pipes, stressing the importance of historic archaeology through the study of small finds.
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Jean Soulat, Nicolas Girault. Tête de pipe à l’effigie de Napoléon 1er du début du XIXe s., Verneuil-sur-Seine (Yvelines, Île-de-France). Cahiers LandArc, 2014, 1 (1), pp.5. ⟨hal-02365810⟩

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