This paper describes a large ensemble of ceramics discovered at Lille, Palais-Rihour Street, during a preventive excavation conducted by the INRAP, in a fortified area with a tower, a rampart reinforced by a bank and a ditch. Altogether, four chronological phases could be distinguished, from the end of the 13th century to the middle of the 16th. First, the ceramics are described by a technical characterization of the Lille products, particularly as concerns the macroscopic study of the clay. Then, the four phases are each dealt with following technological and typological approaches. Last, the case of the red and white cooking ceramics is dealt with.

Traduction : Margaret & Jean-louis CADOUX