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Anales de Arqueología Cordobesa. Vol. 04 (1993)

Mostrando recursos 1 - 11 de 11

  1. La trama viaria propia de Madinat al-Zahra y su integración con la de Córdoba

    Bermúdez Cano, José Manuel
    We analyse all the existent evidences (archeologic, literary, cartographic, etc.) refering to the scheme of the viae in the rounds of Córdoba and Madinat al-Zahra'. We apply descriptions of roman and medieval bridges unknown; thes we rebuilt the trace of the different ways viae, interpreting the functionality of each and the evolution of the earth comunicative viae of the area. The main conclusion is the existence of an own viae extension of al-Zahra', different and complementary to the previous in Córdoba, built by 'Abd al-Rahman III to join the new town with the viae scheme of al-Andalus.

  2. Los estudios sobre las villas romanas de Andalucía

    Carrillo Díaz-Pines, José Ramón
    With this paper, we seek review the studies concerning the Roman villas of Andalucia, placing them in a wider historiographical context, showing its major lacks and the numerous faults that can be looked in them. At the same time, we think of great interest joinig together all the publications related with this subject for offering to the scholars a research-tool very useful in our opinion.

  3. Los templos de Hércules en la Hispania romana

    Oria Segura, Mercedes
    Besides the sanctuaries dedicated to Melqart in the Iberian Peninsule, among them the one of Gades got a special fame in the Antiquity, there were in Hispania a number of temples of new fundation consacrated to Hercules as classical god. The dedications of two of them are still conserved nowadays: the ones from Osqua and the camp of Petauonium. We may deduce the existance of some others scattered all over the Peninsule, from signs like the accumulation of inscriptions in some towns, the dedications to priests or archaeological remains in that way. However, their material aspect is unknown.

  4. La estructura urbana en la colonia Iulia Romula Hispalis en Época Imperial

    Campos Carrasco, Juan M.
    Present paper is a synthesis of previous archaeological research conducted between 1983 and 1988 in Seville, the roman colony of Iulia Romula Hispalis. Imperial town is considered as the urban climax of a process started with the republican town overlapping former archaeological sites dated, at least, as from the 8th century B.C. The final approach on imperial citywall outline and the definition of roman town planning is based on a methodological essay held by archaeological excavations, contextualization of hazard finds, and a conscious study of present urban topography and morphology focussed under a urban archaeological project as a whole.

  5. Hipótesis interpretativa de un sillar con relieves de Cartagena

    Noguera Celdrán, José Miguel
    In the Municipal Archeologiacal Museum of Cartagena (Spain) (formerly Carthago Nova) there is á massive block of stone, discovered in the city in a place, ata a time and in circumstances which are unknown. On the front side there is a series of reliefs (human head, boat hollk, club, axe and cooking pot), which may be interpreted as pertaining to a scene connected with the catching of tuna and mackerel and their subsequent transformation into garum and other salted products. The block, whose decoration would have been completed in other similar ones, was probably part of a commemorative edifice or...

  6. Estatuas-fuentes romanas de Colonia Patricia Corduba

    Loza Azuaga, María Luisa
    This paper studies a lot of Roman sculptures that had a function of fountains at Colonia Patricia Corduba, exactly two nymph's statues, a personification of masculine acuatic god and a small fountain with steps, and are being examinated other pieces only know by literary references- that probably were used as fountains. Together with his formal analysis, from which it concludes a local elaboration during the second century A.C. begining of the third cent. A.C., we detail his urban signification into the Roman colony.

  7. Testimonio escultórico de Mellaria (Fuente Obejuna, Córdoba)

    López López, Isabel María
    In this paper we present a study about a sculptoric fragment of a fout with a caliga, a kind of foot-wear characteristic of the Roman Army members. Insist upon the interest of this piece to know the sculpture and the Early Empire of Mellaria, a roman municipium located near Fuente Obejuna (Córdoba).

  8. Nuevos datos sobre el urbanismo de Colonia Patricia Corduba: excavación arqueológica de la calle Ramírez de las Casas-Deza, 13

    Hidalgo Prieto, Rafael
    In this paper, we present the outcomes of a rescue excavation in a plot located inside the walled perimeter of Colonia Patricia Corduba, wich has allowed to locate a new street of wich we knok, basically, its infrastucture. This street is a decumanus embellished with a columnnated portico with a mosaic pavement. We have founded too the foundation of a lacus and a inscription referring to the public water supply of the Roman city by means of this kind of fountains.

  9. Vías romanas y explotación de los recursos mineros de la zona norte del Conventus Cordubensis

    Melchor Gil, Enrique
    Dans l'article on étudie le tracé, les aspects techniques et constructifs, et l'evolution historique des principales chaussées romaines qui existaient au Nord de la province de Cordoue: Corduba-Emerita, Corduba-Sisapo, Corduba-Toletum, Epora-Solia, et celle qui est connue "Chemin du Prétoire". Tous ces chemins ont formé un lattis des voies pour rendre plus facile l'administration et l'exploitation économique de la zone nord du Conventus Cordubensis. Par les voies de la région arrivait le cinabre aux fonderies minières, et le métal (l'or, l'argent, le cuivre) qui en sortait était commercialisé.

  10. Susum ad montes s(ocietatis) s(isaponensis): nueva inscripción tardorrepublicana de Corduba

    Ventura Villanueva, Ángel
    We study a new inscription from Cordova dated in the middle of the first century B.C. that records the existence of a servitus viae fourteen feet wide imposed by the Societas Sisaponensis. We also analyse the historical and archaeological evidence trying to identify the course and the economical significance of this roman mining road. The text is an unicum in Latin epigraphy, that offers new data about rights of way in Roman Law.

  11. Montemolin: Evolución del asentamiento durante el Bronce Final y el período Orientalizante (Campañas de 1980 y 1981)

    Ferrer Albelda, Eduardo; Bandera Romero, M.L. de la; Chaves Tristán, Francisca; Oria Segura, Mercedes; Mancebo Dávalos, Julián; García Vargas, Enrique
    This paper attempts the study of the evolution of Montemolin's settlement, showing the stratigraphic secuence and the changes made in buildings as well as in pottery during the Late Bronze Age and the Orientalizing Period.

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