Natural site: wetland near a spring. Only one palynological sample. Very rich.
Archaeological site: section in the rampart digs. 7 palynological samples : 2 very positive.
Archaeological site: in the bottom of an amphora. Only one palynological sample. 151 Poaceae pollen grains.
Natural site, peat bog. 26 palynological samples. New analysis by I. Jouffroy-Bapicot (2010).
Archaeological excavations (section B 995 15). 10 palynological samples. Only one above 300 pollen grains but with a very high rate of cichorioideae.
Archaeological site: section in tne rampart. 4 palynological samples, only one acceptable.
Archaeological site: section in the rampart. 12 palynological samples: 4 positive.
Archaeological site, section in the ditch. 4 palynological samples: 2 positive.
Archaeological site: tumulus. 16 palynological samples. Negative results. Differential conservation problems (Cichorioideae over-representation).
Archaeological site. 7 palynological samples. Negative results.
Archaeological excavation; rock shelter. 6 palynological samples + 10 radiocarbon datings. Negative: maxi 115 pollen grains).
Natural site. Marsh. 145 palynological samples by Hervé Richard and Jacques-Louis de Beaulieu (Marseille). No radiocarbon dating. Never published. Re-work required (totality of Tardiglacial and Holocene).
Natural site: drilling with motorised "russian" core. 120 palynological samples. + 6 radiocarbon datings. 2015 publication: only the "gallo-roman" part.
Archaeological site (ancient clay mining pit)?. Pond (mardelle?). 27 palynological samples. Located in the Aumur village (not in Saint-Aubin).
Sections in archaeological excavations. 32 palynological samples. Very bad conservation: nearly sterile samples.
Archaeological excavation. 10 palynological samples. Nearly sterile.
Natural site, wetland near La Creuse river. Located in the earth of "Grand Pressigny" neolithic sites. 26 palynological samples + 4 radiocarbon datings. First drilling in 1985 (by A. Marguet, M. Magny, H. Richard)
Two moss samples taken from a Roman boat. This moss ("Neckera crispa") was used to caulk the gaps between the construction elements of this boat. The pollens preserved in these mosses are dominated by beech, fir and spruce so these mosses were probably collected on the limestone sides of the Jura ...
Natural site: pond. 25 palynological samples. One radiocabon dating at the bottom of sedimentation: 2610+/- 60 BP.
Natural site: drilling. 71 palynological samples + 4 radiocarbon datings (one is wrong, too recent). Malacological studies by Nicole Limondin (1997).
Archaeological excavations. Late Bronze Age (IIb) in the bottom. 6 palynological samples.
Natural site; calcareous tuff. Only one palynological sample.
Peat bog; 37 palynological samples. New analysis (higher levels) in 2016 (see Master1 Justine Renard).
Archaeological excavation in tumulus. 12 palynological samples. Analysis have been made by J. Heim (Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium) in 1982.
Natural site, drilling. 12 palynological samples. Other samples were analyzed by Emilie Gauthier (Chrono-environnement).