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Uomini, Insediamenti e Traffici lungo il corso del Po in età romana

Corti, Carla (2011) Uomini, Insediamenti e Traffici lungo il corso del Po in età romana. PhD Thesis , Università degli Studi di Ferrara.

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    Abstract

    The subject of this study concerns the traffic, mobility and settlement in Roman times along the last stretch of the Po, between vicus Hostilia (Ostiglia, Mantova) and the southern branch of the Po (Po di Volano-Pado Vetere), and the river Secchia (Secula / Secies). The connection between Pado Vetere and Ravenna was secured by a channel, the fossa Augusta. In this study was adopted an interdisciplinary approach. Historical, legal, archaeological, epigraphic and topographic sources and geomorphological data were integrated with archaeometrical and palaeobotanic analysis and information from the faunal remains. The integration of data and the cross-dating character of the research represent an element of novelty for this branch of studies. The study has taken into account not only the goods object of trade, the production areas, the circulation of goods and the trade routes, but also the relations between land ownership and trade and between free trade and state monopoly, as well as the social and economic status of possessores and negotiatores, in order to delineate some guidelines and particularities of land management.

    Item Type:Thesis (PhD Thesis)
    Date:29 March 2011
    Tutor:Ortalli, Jacopo
    Coordinator:Peretto, Carlo
    Institution:Università degli Studi di Ferrara
    PhD:XXIII Anno 2008 > SCIENZE E TECNOLOGIE PER L'ARCHEOLOGIA E I BENI CULTURALI
    Divisions:Dipartimento > Biologia ed evoluzione
    Subjects:Area 10 - Scienze dell'antichita', filologico-letterarie e storico-artistiche > L-ANT/07 Archeologia classica
    Uncontrolled Keywords:uomini, insediamenti, traffici, Po, men, settlements, trade
    Deposited on:13 Apr 2012 15:03

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