The paper presents an integrated and multidisciplinary study carried out in the Misa River valley (Marche, Italy), through the combination of geomorphological, historical and archaeological data, with the goal to underline the most relevant changes occurred in this territory between the Roman Age and the Middle Age. Particular focus is reserved to the analysis of the relationship between human presence and physical geography, and to their reciprocal influences. A specific attention is dedicated to the new useful data for the geomorphological reconstruction of the watercourse configuration’s changes in the area of the Roman town of Ostra, after the Roman period.

ARCHEOLOGIA DEI PAESAGGI NELLA VALLE DEL MISA (MARCHE, ITALIA): NUOVI DATI DALLA LETTURA INTEGRATA DEL TERRITORIO

DALL'AGLIO, PIER LUIGI;SILANI, MICHELE GIOVANNI;
2014

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The paper presents an integrated and multidisciplinary study carried out in the Misa River valley (Marche, Italy), through the combination of geomorphological, historical and archaeological data, with the goal to underline the most relevant changes occurred in this territory between the Roman Age and the Middle Age. Particular focus is reserved to the analysis of the relationship between human presence and physical geography, and to their reciprocal influences. A specific attention is dedicated to the new useful data for the geomorphological reconstruction of the watercourse configuration’s changes in the area of the Roman town of Ostra, after the Roman period.
Actas de el XVIII Congreso Internacional de Arqueologìa Clàsica, Centro y periferia en el mundo clàsico/ Centre and periphery in the ancient world
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Pier Luigi, Dall'Aglio; Michele, Silani; Olivia, Nesci; Daniele, Savelli
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