Degree dissertations



French

  • “Entre Jura et Léman: Dynamiques d’occupation du district de Nyon, du Paléolithique à la fin du Royaume burgonde”, degree dissertation submitted by Laurent Saget, under the direction of Professor Thierry Luginbühl, June 2010.

  • “Les amphores de la Colonia Iulia Equestris”, degree dissertation submitted by Nathalie Altwegg to the Faculty of Arts, University of Lausanne, under the direction of Professor Thierry Luginbühl, July 2004. The catalogue comprises 216 objects. The Dressel 20 account for more than a third of the whole. The author inventoried 42 stamps, 3 tituli picti and 14 graffiti.

  • “Bijoux et instruments de toilette de la Colonia Iulia Equestris”, degree dissertation submitted by Sabine Garani to the Faculty of Arts, University of Geneva, under the direction of Professor Daniel Paunier, July 2000. 98 objects were analysed, comprising 35 fibulae, 20 rings, 27 hairpins and 13 varied toilet articles.

  • “Les monnaies de la Colonia Iulia Equestris (Nyon, VD). IVe siècle avant – IIe siècle après J.-C.”, degree dissertation submitted by Alain Cuenca to the Faculty of Arts, University of Lausanne, Institute of Archaeology and Ancient History, under the direction of Professor Regula Frei-Stolba, June 2000. The author inventoried and studied 357 coins dating from the 4th century BC to the 2nd century AD from the Colonia Iulia Equestris. The Cabinet des Médailles in Lausanne is continuing this work with coins dated later than Commodus.

 



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