Los Pirineos en el s. V d.C. Hacia un modelo territorial post-urbano.

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The Roman occupation of the Oriental Pyrenees was organized along the High Empire around some urban centres, as
Iulia Lybica or Lugdunum Convenarum, connecting these mountain regions to the main economic circuits of the western
Mediterranean. However, from the 3rd c. AD onwards, this urban System vanished in many regions, as the Cerdanya area,
despite the continuity of many of the Pyrenean productions. During the 4th c. and specially 5th c. AD another territorial model
was developed in the Oriental Pyrenees, where the presence of the Late Roman Army was a key point, as well as the exploitation
of important mountain resources, like metals, wood and livestock.
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)163-174
Number of pages12
JournalAntiquite Tardive
Publication statusPublished - 2023

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