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The ALHIS Project: Archaeology, landscapes and heritage in the Iberian houtheast

AutorLópez-Mondéjar, Leticia
Fecha de publicación2017
CitaciónRural settlement – Relating Buildings, Landscape, and People in the European Iron Age (2017)
ResumenThe poster aims to present the main objectives, methodology and the initial results of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Project ALHIS: Archaeology, Landscapes and Heritage in the Iberian Southeast. It is developed at the Institute of Heritage Sciences of the Spanish National Research Council (Incipit ¿ CSIC) in Santiago de Compostela (Spain) and financed by the European Commission through the Program Horizon 2020. The project focuses on the analysis of the Final Iron Age socio-political processes in the Iberian Southeast (5th-2nd centuries BC). It seeks to explore, through the study of the landscape and the wide archaeological record of this area, key aspects to understand the remarkable transformations undergone by the local communities during this period, such as the consolidation of the elites, the spatial expressions of the power, the symbolic appropriation of the territory or the exploitation of its economic resources. Furthermore, it aims both to insert and to compare these processes with the socio-political dynamics which have been defined in other Iberian areas and in the Western Mediterranean during the analysed period. Finally, it intends to re-direct all this knowledge towards a proper and effective management and communication of the important and rather unknown heritage value of the sites located in this Iberian area.
DescripciónResumen del póster presentado al Joint International Workshop of the AG Eisenzeit, the First Millennia Studies Group & the University of Edinburgh (UK), 19–21 June 2017.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/162074
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