The book Fragments d'humanité - Pièces de collections features some 150 significant archaeological objects, and provides an overview of 50 years of archaeological discovery in Québec. Abundantly illustrated, it showcases a selection of pieces chosen from among collections and finds from archaeological digs carried out at over 10,000 sites across the territory of Québec, revealing an astonishing range of diversity. This title is part of the Archaeology of Québec series, which already includes Air - Territoire et peuplement. The complete collection will eventually include a total of five volumes. French version only. Louise Pothier, Les Éditions de l'Homme, 2016, 152 pages.