La construction d'une ville de confluence : les dynamiques spatiales de Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val (82) du Moyen âge à la période pré-industrielle

Abstract : Understanding the process leading to the construction of a city requires a multidisciplinary approach. Herein are included disciplines such as archeology, history, mathematics, geography and geomatic. The sources should be diverse (archaeological, written, tax, iconographic, planimetric) and the scales varied, from the house to the territory. The city of Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val, whose development was closely related to the hydrographic network management, was the second largest city of Rouergue in the Late Middle Ages; it constitutes this research lab-area. With the example of this monastic town, a new methodology developed to study medieval urban phenomenon is provided. In order to perceive the dynamics of urban space over time, both medieval and modern tax sources, traditionally used for landscape study, are modeled as adjacency graphs of the plots. The comparison between the cadastral allotment of the Late Middle Ages and the XIXth century is achieved using the graph theory and its intersections with available archaeological data; it allows to approach the arrangement modalities of an urban area.
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Cécile Rivals. La construction d'une ville de confluence : les dynamiques spatiales de Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val (82) du Moyen âge à la période pré-industrielle. Histoire. Université Toulouse le Mirail - Toulouse II, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015TOU20053⟩. ⟨tel-01321896⟩

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