Bulletin de l'Association Pro Aventico

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Volume 42 (2000) _
Front matter _ Download as PDF
Rubric: Impressum 2 Download as PDF
Table of Contents 3 Download as PDF
Preface: Editorial 5 Download as PDF
Index: Abréviations bibliographiques 6 Download as PDF
Article: "Etats d'armes" : les militaria d'Avenches/Aventicum 7 Download as PDF
Chapter : Zusammenfassung = Résumé 7 Download as PDF
Chapter : Introduction 8 Download as PDF
Chapter : Le matériel 9 Download as PDF
Chapter 1: Les armes 10 Download as PDF
Chapter 2: Les ceintures et les tabliers de lanières 17 Download as PDF
Chapter 3: Médaillon en verre (dona militaria) 19 Download as PDF
Chapter 4: Le harnachement des chevaux 20 Download as PDF
Chapter 5: Autre équipement 27 Download as PDF
Chapter 6: Militaria? 29 Download as PDF
Chapter : Résultats 30 Download as PDF
Chapter : Conclusions 41 Download as PDF
Chapter : [Planches] 43 Download as PDF
Chapter : Catalogue 66 Download as PDF
Chapter : Annexe 85 Download as PDF
Article: Les médecin à Avenches : étude basée sur l'ensemble du matériel pouvant sr rapporter aux médecins sur le site e l'antique Aventicum 93 Download as PDF
Article: Eine Glocke mit Votivinschrift an Deus Mercurius aus Aventicum 135 Download as PDF
Rubric: Chronique des fouilles archéologiques 143 Download as PDF
Rubric: La vie des monuments 157 Download as PDF
Rubric: Rapport du Musée romain d'Avenches 163 Download as PDF
Association News: L'Association Pro Aventico 174 Download as PDF
Index: Liste des publications en vente au Musée Romain d'Avenches 175 Download as PDF
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The "Bulletin de l'Association Pro Aventico" (BPA) is the medium of publication for the activities of the roman site and museum in Avenches; it appears since 1887. It contains scientific articles about the excavations, the monuments and about any scientific topics concerning Aventicum.

The "Bulletin de l'Association Pro Aventico" has been founded in 1885 by a group of savants, who has been worried about the prevention of the roman site of Aventivum, the capital of the roman Helvetia. Systematic excavations have been made and regularly published in the "Bulletin de l'Association Pro Aventico". The organization of the excavations changed over to the "Fondation Pro Aventico" in 1964; the "Association Pro Aventico" keeped as a main responsibility to promote the scientific and popular publications with the purpose, to advertise the results of the excavations.


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