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Une stèle prismatique du Ve/XIe s. découverte en Corse

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RésuméCette courte note présente une inscription inédite : un fragment de stèle funéraire tunisienne datable du ve/xie s. Le fragment a été découvert dans les eaux du port de Calvi en Corse en 1969. L’épitaphe, le style épigraphique et le décor sont replacés au sein de la production tunisienne et principalement kairouanaise. Ce fragment vient s’ajouter à d’autres stèles musulmanes médiévales découvertes dans le sud de la France, qui témoignent des échanges entre les deux régions de la Méditerranée et des remplois insolites de ces pierres funéraires.

Affiliations: 1: Musée du Louvre, DAI; 2: Conservateur Général du patrimoine


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