Roadmovie chez les Carni - Routes et agglomérations de l’Italie nord-orientale, IIe a.C. – VIe p.C.

Abstract : This paper is about the relationship among the roads network, the agglomerated settlements, and the epigraphic documentation in ancient North Eastern Italy (Histria excluded). A general map tries to give an overview of the road network: its backbone is made by the main imperial roads together with a dense mesh of roads of different ages and importance, which layout is updated thanks to new techniques and methodologies image based. The road is associated to the agglomerate settlements (about sixty sites): they’re still little known, but different research methods allow to identify in a more precise way. The exploitation of a rich epigraphic documentation (about one hundred of stone inscriptions and ten graffiti) gives an image of their population under the Romanization and the division between the indigenous and the halogenous component, but also of the characterization of social groups and of their relationship with the aristocracy.
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Fluvia Mainardis. Voce concordia. Scritti per Claudio Zaccaria, EDITREG Editore, pp.459-472, 2017
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Francis Tassaux, Yolande Marion. Roadmovie chez les Carni - Routes et agglomérations de l’Italie nord-orientale, IIe a.C. – VIe p.C. . Fluvia Mainardis. Voce concordia. Scritti per Claudio Zaccaria, EDITREG Editore, pp.459-472, 2017. 〈halshs-01707906〉

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