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  • Le deduzioni coloniali romane di Roselle
  • Antiquity ; Colonization ; Historical geography ; Italy ; Roman era
  • Pottery manufacture in early Roman Galilee : a micromorphological study
  • Archeological site ; Galilee ; Historical geography ; Israel ; Micromorphology ; Roman era ; Soil ; Soil properties
  • The characteristics of, and the sources of the soil materials for, pottery groups manufactured in 3 ancient settlements of early Roman Galilee were studied by micromorphological techniques. The micromorphological comparison of the pottery groups
  • Geomorphological evidence for fluvial change during the Roman period in the lower Rhone valley (southern France)
  • Flood ; Fluvial dynamics ; France ; Geoarchaeology ; Holocene ; Palaeoclimate ; Palaeohydrology ; Rhône ; Roman era ; Stream
  • The hydrological and geomorphological dynamics of the lower Rhone river are studied during the Roman period. The crossing of archaeological and radiocarbon dating methods allow to study events at a pluridecadal to centennial scale. Therefore the AA
  • Antiquity ; History of cartography ; History of geography ; Monument ; Roman era
  • This essay examines the Column reliefs as embedded in wider topographical and geographical traditions during Trajan's reign and in Roman antiquity, and proposes some new avenues for understanding the reliefs in these terms.
  • cereal cultivation. On the assumption that the climate in Roman times was similar to that of today, the basic agricultural conditions during the Roman era will be considered, although it is doubtful whether Segermes acted as a supplier of wheat to Rome.
  • In this article, the distribution and variability of the precipitation at Zriba village, close to the Roman settlement Segermes, will be analyzed as well as the frequency of drought. Zriba is located at the economic-ecological limit for commercial
  • Antiquity ; Cartography history ; History of geography ; Roman era
  • Antiquity ; Historical geography ; Landscape ; Literature ; Perception ; Roman era
  • Antonine Wall ; Cartographic display ; History of cartography ; Middle Ages ; Modern period ; Roman era ; Scotland ; United Kingdom
  • This paper considers evidence for mapping of the Antonine Wall from Roman times down to the mid eighteenth century, prior to the survey undertaken by General William Roy.
  • Quando viaggiare era un arte. Il romanzo del Grand Tour
  • Quand voyager était un art. Le roman du Grand Tour
  • Drainage ; Geomorphology ; Historical geography ; Hungary ; Hydrology ; Roman era ; Swamp
  • Danube ; Historical geography ; Hungary ; Hydrology ; Land use ; Man-environment relations ; Roman era ; Settlement ; Water economics
  • Coastal environment ; Holocene ; Italy ; Land use ; Naples ; Palaeo-environment ; Pyroclastic ; Roman era ; Sea level ; Stratigraphic correlation ; Volcanic eruption
  • Studies of some 70 bore holes around ancient Pompeii, on the southwestern slope of the Somma-Vesuvius volcano, allow the reconstruction of Holocene environments earlier than the A.D. 79 eruption, during Roman times, on the Sarno coastal plain
  • . It provides an understanding of how the Romans used the local natural resources. In addition, the shoreline location and position of the ancient harbor prior to A.D. 79 have been controversial. Therefore the A.D. 79 eruption deposits form a well-recognizable
  • Climate change and human impact in central Spain during Roman times : High-resolution multi-proxy analysis of a tufa lake record (Somolinos, 1280 m asl)
  • Central Spain ; Charcoal ; Climatic variability ; Diatom ; Lacustrine sediment ; Land use ; Palaeo-environment ; Pollen analysis ; Roman era ; Sedimentology ; Society-environment relationship ; Spain
  • In order to improve the understanding of the synergies between societal and environmental change during the Roman Period in central Spain, the AA. present a case study based on the integration of multi-proxy palaeoenvironmental, archaeological
  • and historical data. The Somolinos sequence extends from the 9th century cal BC (Pre-Roman) to the 8th century AD (Early Medieval). The analyses include pollen, non-pollen palynomorphs (NPPs), macrocharcoal, ostracods, diatoms, other biotic remains
  • and sedimentology. The multi-proxy data reveal dry conditions during Roman and Visigothic times and moister phases during Iron Age and Late Roman. Wide human impact started at 80 yr BC, one century after the climate change towards drier conditions. The Somolinos
  • record indicates that Roman humid period is not a simple phase as some suggest. The observed environmental changes resulted from the interaction of different driving factors.
  • Aeolian features ; Archaeology ; C 14 dating ; Duricrust ; Eolian deflation ; Geochronology ; Gypsum ; LANDSAT ; Quaternary ; Remote sensing ; Roman era ; Surface deposits ; Thematic Mapper ; Tunisia
  • of the Chott Djerid basin, southern Tunisia. The research focuses on crusts located on and adjacent to glacis near Tozeur, where a Roman site is located near and within an extensive deposit of surficial gypsum crusts.
  • Archaeology ; Belgium ; Botany ; Flanders ; Geohistory ; Literature ; Roman era ; Rural landscape ; Settlement history
  • Woodland exploitation and Roman shipbuilding. Preliminary data from the shipwreck Napoli C (Naples, Italy)
  • Campania ; Fir tree ; Historical geography ; Italy ; Naples ; Palynology ; Pine ; Roman era ; Shipbuilding ; Taxonomy ; Vegetation dynamics ; Wood
  • Danube ; Floodplain ; Historical geography ; Human impact ; Hungary ; Man-environment relations ; Natural environment ; Roman era ; Valley floor evolution
  • The birth and thriving of Brigetio is directly connected to the geomorphological surface evolution of Danube’s valley and the alteration of floodplains. The study aims to create a synthesis for the natural and anthropogenic environment of the Roman
  • center. Brigetio was a base for one of the Pannonian legions that had to be defended from attacks, therefore the romans created an artificial lake (the later swamp) damming the Fényes-patak and the Danube’s floodwaters into an already inactive Danube
  • Considerations on the nature and origin of wood-fuel from gallo-roman cremations in the Languedoc region (Southern France)
  • Charcoal ; Firewood ; France ; Gallo-roman era ; Historical geography ; Languedoc-Roussillon ; Palaeobiogeography ; Supplying ; Taxonomy
  • The Roman Maritime Concrete Study (ROMACONS) : the harbour of Chersonisos in Crete and its Italian connection
  • Antiquity ; Building materials ; Coastal environment ; Crete ; Greece ; Harbour ; Mediterranean Sea ; Mediterranean area ; Natural resources ; Roman era ; Technology