On the 11th of October 2019 the Italian Archaeological School at Athens organized a scientific meeting on Local responses to the Roman impact on the Greek landscape with particular focus on the transformations occurring in the 2nd and 1st C BC, as they can be traced in density, size and character of rural sites, in the cityscape and urban biography, in spatial behaviours and territorial organization, in the forms of man-environment and city-countryside interaction, in the role of the élites and of economic investments involving different taskscapes in the countryside, as well as in the cultural and socio-political changes and diverse patterns of resilience the above-mentioned aspects may reflect.

Farinetti, E. (a cura di). (2021). Local responses to the Roman impact on the Greek landscape.

Local responses to the Roman impact on the Greek landscape

Emeri Farinetti
2021

Abstract

On the 11th of October 2019 the Italian Archaeological School at Athens organized a scientific meeting on Local responses to the Roman impact on the Greek landscape with particular focus on the transformations occurring in the 2nd and 1st C BC, as they can be traced in density, size and character of rural sites, in the cityscape and urban biography, in spatial behaviours and territorial organization, in the forms of man-environment and city-countryside interaction, in the role of the élites and of economic investments involving different taskscapes in the countryside, as well as in the cultural and socio-political changes and diverse patterns of resilience the above-mentioned aspects may reflect.
Farinetti, E. (a cura di). (2021). Local responses to the Roman impact on the Greek landscape.
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