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Trois armes de jet trouvées à Mada’in Salih, l’ancienne Hégra (Arabie Saoudite)

Abstract : The excavation of tomb IGN 117 at Madāʾin Sālih between 2008 and 2011 led to the discovery of three arrrowheads. This tomb is dated by an inscription to ad 60/61 but the archaeological levels in the funerary chamber have been disturbed. This study aims at defining the typochronology of these militaria, the origin of the production of the arrowheads and the process of their spread in the Mediterranean world. More generally, it gives information on the context of the burials to which they are associated, namely the origin and status of the deceased who owned them.
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Damien Glad, Amaury Confais. Trois armes de jet trouvées à Mada’in Salih, l’ancienne Hégra (Arabie Saoudite). Syria. Archéologie, art et histoire, IFPO, 2015, pp.279-289. ⟨10.4000/syria.3227⟩. ⟨hal-02439001⟩

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