De la route-monument au réseau routier

Abstract : Antique roads research has been theorised earlier because of the presence of texts and epigraphy. It has prioritized monumental vision of road to the detriment of network perception. Over the last years, archaeogeographs have revealed that, if road sections move at local scale, itinerary remains permanent at regional scale. On a small scale, a complex structure guarantees the resilience of the system. Intersecting network modelling and structure reconstruction, we can understand their dynamics over a long period of time. It is based on competition between centres.
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Sandrine Robert. De la route-monument au réseau routier. Les Nouvelles de l'archéologie, Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, 2009, pp.8-12. ⟨halshs-00442787⟩

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