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  — Archaeology and architecture in the Hispano-Roman cities along the Douro river —

The origin and development of the known ancient cities in the Douro valley and the northern sub-plateau of Spain are different in each case but, at the same time, there are several common features: most of them emerged before the Roman conquest and their location tended to be in the same place, to which they adapted with diverse planning adjustments. Nevertheless, there is scant data available regarding the first Romanisation phases, which are well recorded in other more western settlements. This project aims to reflect on this problem and on the subsequent development of those towns by analysing the archaeological materials and architectural remains documented in cities such as Termantia, Segovia and Cauca, as well as other representative areas in that territory.

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Bibliography

PÉREZ GONZÁLEZ, C.; ILLARREGUI GÓMEZ, E.; ARRIBAS LOBO, P. (2015a): “La arqueología augustea en algunas ciudades del Duero”, [in:] Actes. 2on Congrés Internacional d’Arqueologia i Món Antic. August i les províncies occidentals. 2000 aniversari de la mort d’August. Tarragona, 26-29 de novembre de 2014, Vol. 2, pp. 57-65.

PÉREZ GONZÁLEZ, C.; ILLARREGUI GÓMEZ, E.; ARRIBAS LOBO, P. (2015b): “Tiermes en los siglos II-IV. Evolución del poblamiento y del urbanismo de una ciudad de la cuenca del Duero”, [in:] L. Brassous, A. Quevedo (eds.), Urbanisme civique en temps de crise: les espaces publics d’Hispanie et de l’Occident romain entre les IIe et IVe siècle, Casa de Velázquez, Madrid, pp. 237-251.
 
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— Archaeology and architecture in the Hispano-Roman cities along the Douro river

— Comprehensive Cavca research project

— Tiermes (Soria, Spain): Cultural Laboratory

— CMAANH (I): “Camino de las Ánimas”

— Theodosian archaeology in the Douro river basin

— HVAL (I): The necropolis in Herrera de Pisuerga

— Water archaeology

— Numismatics and the economy in the ancient world

— Territory and society from Late Antiquity to the High Middle Ages

— Armament and iconography in Antiquity and the High Middle Ages

— Rural and social conflicts in Navarre in the 14th and 15th centuries

— Watermills and feudalism in Navarre between the 9th and 15th centuries

— Words, images and power: teaching Order in the Middle Ages

— "De Ordine Mundi": Romanesque culture and feudalism

Medieval Spanish palaeography and diplomacy

— History and archaeology of Segovia

— The Santa Cruz la Real monastery in Segovia: History and Art
 
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