During the excavations carried out in 2017 at Achery (Aisne), rue Charles-de-Gaulle, two Carolingian silver coins were found in the infill of a pit-house. The site covers an area of nearly one hectare, and is still being excavated. It appears to be organised in different zones of activities. The population, of middle status (artisans?), occupied the area from the 7th to the 11th century. The coins are a denier, and a hitherto unknown obole, both struck at Laon in the reign of Raoul (923-936). Some pottery from the first half of the 10th century was found in the same context. Traduction : Margaret & Jean-Louis CADOUX