The Intendant's Palace site: urbanization of Québec City's Lower Town

  title={The Intendant's Palace site: urbanization of Qu{\'e}bec City's Lower Town},
  author={Réginald Auger and Daniel Simoneau and Alison L. Bain},
  journal={Post-Medieval Archaeology},
  pages={156 - 170}
Abstract Several archaeological field studies have been carried out on the Intendant's Palace site since 1982. In the first ten years, research concentrated on the 17th-century brewery, the Intendant's Palace and the King's Stores. When Université Laval's field school returned to the site in 2000, it took a holistic approach rather than focusing on specific buildings. In so doing, it documented the urban evolution of this part of Québec City, which has yielded evidence of continuous occupation… Expand
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