The Aisne Valley is one of the rare regions to offer the opportunity to study the evolution of know-how and ceramic technical traditions on the long term, during for the whole Neolithic sequence. Initiated by the work of Claude Constantin in the eighties on the early Neolithic, this part of the research benefited from two doctoral thesis, the one on the early Neolithic and the other one on the middle Neolithic II, and from a collective research project on the final Neolithic. Various works in preventive archaeology and recently the ANR project on the Michelsberg culture have completed and enhanced the data. As part of this paper we will draw a general picture of the various results and of the issues arising.