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El asentamiento rural ibérico de Saus (Girona): Un ejemplo de explotación agrícola en el territorio de Emporion: Un ejemplo de explotación agrícola en el territorio de Emporion

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El estudio se centra en una serie de mangos de marfil de características morfotécnicas similares, recuperados en espacios de hábitat y funerarios ibéricos y datados entre el s. IV y el s. II a. C. Se trata de objetos de prestigio al alcance de una élite aristocrática, que han sido elaborados con materias primas exóticas (marfil) y técnicas decorativas inusuales que indican una especialización. A través de análisis de composición por infrarrojo cercano por Transformada de Fourier (FT-NIR) y de fluorescencia de rayos X (pXRF) se ha podido documentar la presencia de incrustaciones de ámbar adheridas a la superficie de los mangos mediante el uso del estaño como soldadura blanda y el empleo de apliques metálicos de bronce y plata. Se debate sobre la procedencia de estas piezas y sobre el conocimiento técnico artesanal necesario para fabricarlas.
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The Iberian amphorae have morphological attributes that are not very standardized over time, which has made it difficult to establish a detailed typology, to recognize the places of production, possible contents and distribution circuits. To advance in one of these problems, we propose to explore a new route: the marks that carry some of these containers. Its geographic and chronological distribution is wide, but significant concentrations are detected at the territorial level and in certain deposits, be they potter centers or distributor / receiver cores, as well as repeated designs. The pre cocturam, incised and stamp marks, are reflected in the pottery with the intention of identifying the production, the content and / or the owner of the same. And, consequently, they can provide information on these aspects.
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The field of silos of Camp de l'Abadia (Aiguaviva) is a valuable link in the evolution of the suburbium of Gerunda that goes back to before 218 BC with some strong frequentations difficult to define. The numerous excavated pits mark an intense occupation of the site from early years of 1st century AD. We pose the existence of an agrarian settlement within the indigenous tradition that, despite of overcoming crisis of the beginning of High Empire, finally disappeared. The compilation of the very numerous signs confirms a strong grain farming vocation.
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