Exploiting Landscapes in Gallia Narbonensis: Settlement Change within the Rhône Valley from 100 BCE to 100 CE.

Burr, Margaret.
2017-04-18T13:53:58.860Z

Abstract: Changes in settlement location, style and density have long been seen as hallmarks of the Roman conquest of the Gaul. The relocation and abandonment of native settlements is often understood as voluntary, and resulting from a desire to engage economically and politically with Rome. Land appropriated by Rome during the conquest is thought to have been disbursed to citizens of Rome's new c... read more

Subjects
Tufts University. Department of Classics.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/011281
ID: tufts:20756
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