Archaeological excavations: tumulus. 17 palynological samples. Pollen grains differential alteration. Macro-remains analysis made by Karen Lunstrom-Baudais, 1977.
Archaeological excavationsd. 5 palynological samples.
Natural site, pond. 3 palynological samples. Dendrochronological dating made by G.-N. Lambert (Chrono-environnement, Besançon).
Urban archaeological site: archaeological excavation; 10 palynological samples. Report sent to SRA Franche-Comté in October (23) 1987.
Natural site: drilling. 15 palynological samples.
Archaeological excavations. 20 palynological samples. Ancient analysis from H. Méon-Vilain, Lyon.
Archaeological excavations. 43 palynological samples. Report sent to SRA Franche-Comté, 1990.
Urban archaeological site. 20 palynological samples. Report sent to SRA Franche-Comté in July 1990.
Peat bog. 11 palynological samples. Stratifical limit between lacustrin chalk and peat.
Precise site not listed in the village. 2 palynological samples.
Archaeological excavations. 15 palynological samples. Report sent to SRA Franche-Comté, on the 17/04/1990.
Archaeological excavations and drillings. 22 palynological samples. Report (1p.) sent to SRA Franche-Comté (JJ Schwien), on the 9/12/2000.
Archaeological site, digs, sections along trenches. 44 palynological samples. Very complicated results, difficult to interpret (local and regional pollinic inputs). Overall this results remain disappointing.
Natural site: peat bog. 8 palynological samples. Tests for a future research.
Archaeological site: soil sections. 8 paynological samples. Almost sterile samples.
Archaeological site: ditches and well. 5 palynological samples. 81 pollen grains of walnut (Juglans regia). Radiocarbon datings: see INRAP report.
Archaeological site: pits and archaeological survey. 7 palynological samples. Poor samples: maximum 179 pollen grains. Two collections of samples: 2003 and 2008.
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.