Des changements fonctionnels de l'espace urbain. Le cas de Noyon, Ier s. apr. J.-C.-XXIe s.
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This poster tries to take a new look at urban temporalities through a long-term vision study thanks to statistical analyses: the seriation and the factorial correspondence analysis. It is applied on Noyon case study located in Oise (France).
Textual, archaeological and iconographic documentation are studied to create an entity, which is used to describe urban space. The chronological formalization of each entity enables to evaluate system states. Actually we date two different intervals: the first one is certain and the second one is assessed. These results show a functional stable structure, even though we observe lots of variations since the origins of the town to nowadays.
This work takes place within a PhD. It was presented in 2013 at the GdR 3359 MoDyS for a meeting for young researchers.