Figure 1: Culinary tetrahedron. A. Ethnographic pattern; B. Pattern from literature (Florent and Deru 2012).
Figure 2: Map showing distribution of graves (circles) and barrows (triangles). Ostrevant (Atrebates) (blue), Hainaut (Neruii) (red), Hesbaye (Tungri) (purple).
Figure 3: Graphs demonstrating the main functions of vessels in graves of the three regions, Ostrevant, Hainaut and Hesbaye.
Figure 4: Specific function of vessels in graves of Hainaut (Neruii).
Figure 5: Vessel assemblage in Grave 7/53, Bavay (Loridant and Deru 2009).
Figure 6: Specific function of vessels in graves of Hesbaye (Tungri) (see Table 1 for classes).
Figure 7: Specific function of vessels in graves of Ostrevant (Atrebates).
Figure 8: Specific functions related to eating for vessels in the three regions.
Figure 9: Specific functions related to drinking for vessels in the three regions.
Figure 10: Specific functions related to cooking for vessels in the three regions.
Figure 11: Main functions of vessels in settlements in Ostrevant (Sin-le-Noble, Dourges, Guesnain) and Hesbaye (Diets-Heur, Jupille) and graves in the two regions.
Figure 12: Organisation of vessels in the grave, in Ostrevant, Bavay and Wanzoul.
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