The research project is focus on Roman towns and their impact in the territorium from the perspective of Landscape Archaeology. The research carries out the study of town and territory, their relationship, as well as the problem of landuse and landscape organization in Roman times in Mediterranean Hispania Citerior. In order to do so, a comparative study of different cases will be developed, with special interest in the geographical context of north-eastern Iberian Peninsula. The study of landscapes dynamics in the Hispania Citerior. In order to do so, a comparative study of different cases will be developed, with interest in the geographical context of north-eastern Iberian Peninsula. The study of landscapes dynamics in the Hispania Citerior should provide us with a better understanding of the relationship between town and territory from the Iberian period to the Late Antiquity. The research carries out a comparative study between the territories of different Roman towns in order to characterize the process of consolidation of Roman urban network and the structuration of their territories in the context of Mediterranean Hispania Citerior. The results will provide a better knowledge of the impact of Roman towns in their territories from a long term perspective, in those areas analized in Hispania, as well as a suitable model for the conservation and cultural management of Archaelogical Heritage in general. In this sense, the results obtained will be very useful for cultural and tourist industry, giving elements and data for the creation of archaeological parks. The phenomenom will be analysed through the territories of Baetulo (Badalona), Iluroi (Mataró), Tarraco (Tarragona) and Iesso (Guissona). The territories of these towns, due to its historical and geographical context, are essential to understand the process and patterns of the Romanization of landscapes in the Mediterranean Hispania Citerior, as well as the function of ancient towns and their im
|Effective start/end date||12/12/03 → 11/12/06|
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