EPNet present at TRAC 2016 Roma, Italia. CEIPAC researchers Daniel Martín-Arroyo and Antoni Martín will present papers. 11/03/2016
TRAC is an unincorporated voluntary association that has developed from and around the annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference series held since 1991. The first TRAC conference was held to widen the range of perspectives offered, and voices heard, in Roman archaeology. This was a major success, and TRAC has made a major contribution to research in Roman archaeology over the past 25 years.
“Modelling Roman agriculture as evidence of a colonial landscape. Riparian vegetation and viticulture in Hasta Regia.” By Daniel J. Martín-Arroyo Sánchez wil be present at session “Method Matters: Archaeological Method and the Construction of Historical Narrative in Roman Colonization Studies”. Organisers: Jesús García-Sánchez (Leiden University), Anita Casarotto (Leiden University). This session takes place on Thursday, 17 March 2016 from 09:00-13:00
“The Economy & the Archaeology of Roman wine. A proposal for analyse an intensive wine production system and trade. Case study: Regio Laeetana (Hispania Citerior Tarraconensis)” by Antoni Martín i Oliveras will be present at session “Sustaining the Empire: balancing between population growth and food resources“. Organisers: Wim De Clercq (Ghent University), Dimitri Van Limbergen (Ghent University), Frank Vermeulen (Ghent University), Rinse Willet (Leiden University). This session takes place on Friday, 18 March 2016 from 09:00-13:00