El_paisaje_minero_en_la_Celtiberia_Citer

El_paisaje_minero_en_la_Celtiberia_Citer - J M lvarez T...

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ACTAS XVIII Congreso Internacional Arqueología Clásica PROCEEDINGS XVIII TH International Congress of Classical Archaeology CENTRO Y PERIFERIA EN EL MUNDO CLÁSICO CENTRE AND PERIPHERY IN THE ANCIENT WORLD VOL. I J. M. Álvarez T. Nogales I. Rodà (Eds.)
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Editores Editors José María Álvarez Martínez Trinidad Nogales Basarrate Isabel Rodà de Llanza Coordinación editorial Editorial Coordination Departamento de Investigación del Museo Nacional de Arte Romano María José Pérez del Castillo Nova Barrero Martín Elisabeth Fragoso Pulido Edita Edited © Museo Nacional de Arte Romano Mérida, 2014 ISBN: 978-84-617-3697-3 Vol. 1: 978-84-606-7624-9 Vol. 2: 978-84-606-7949-3 Depósito Legal Legal Deposit BA-722-2014 Maquetación e impresión Layout and printing Artes Gráficas Rejas (Mérida) Diseño de la imagen e identidad gráfica del CIAC CIAC’s Design and graphic identity Ceferino López El texto y las opiniones expresadas en este volumen son de exclusiva responsabilidad de los autores The text and the opinions expressed in this volume are the exclusive responsibility of the authors Actividad subvencionada por el Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad en el marco del Subprograma Técnico de Apoyo PTA20011-5582-T a la Fundación de Estudios Romanos Actividad subvencionada por el Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad en el marco del Subprograma de Acciones Complementarias a Proyectos de Investigación Fundamental no Orientada 2011 (HAR 2011-14642-E) Grupo de Estudios del Mundo Antiguo (EMA), HUM-016 Consejería de Economía, Competitividad e Innovación del Gobierno de Extremadura
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277 EL PAISAJE MINERO EN LA CELTIBERIA CITERIOR, LA ORGANIZACIÓN DE LA EXPLOTACIÓN DE LOS RECURSOS MINERALES Óscar Bonilla Santander Universidad de Zaragoza 1 XVIII CIAC: Centro y periferia en el mundo clásico / Centre and periphery in the ancient world S. 2. La Arqueología del paisaje. Los recursos naturales Landscape Archaeology. Natural resources Mérida. 2014: 277-279 ABSTRACT Mining and metallurgical transformation in Celtiberia during Second Iron Age have a major technological development with production of high-quality objects, although it was organized into a regional economic system that was responsive to the needs of a rural society. Courting Celtiberia by the Roman Republic was a drastic change in the metal production, in society and management of the mining landscape. Rome implants a model of colonial exploitation of metals in Celtiberia that radically transformed the landscape between the second century BC and first century AD. LA MINERÍA EN LA CELTIBERIA La Celtiberia se puede dividir en tres cotos mineros: - La Sierra de la Demanda al norte, donde abundan las mineralizaciones de hierro y cobre; exploradas por los ingenieros de minas en el siglo XVIII y XIX, que identificaron numerosas labores antiguas, atribu- yendo un origen romano a varias galerías, careciendo de estudios arqueológicos modernos de la zona.
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