Die Gründung Roms

Dieses Thema im Forum "Das Römische Reich" wurde erstellt von pavement, 19. Juni 2007.

  1. Caro91

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    Haben diese Gruppen eigentlich miteinander gesiedelt oder beanspruchten sie unterschiedliche Gegenden des späteren Rom? Lässt sich das anhand der Untersuchungen entscheiden?
     
  2. silesia

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    Die späten bronzezeitlichen Besiedlungen waren vermutlich ausgedehnter als bislang gedacht:

    Antiquity - Rome in the Bronze Age: late second-millennium BC radiocarbon dates from the Forum Boarium - Cambridge Journals Online

    "Abstract
    Evidence of Bronze Age settlement in Rome has, for the most part, been conspicuous by its absence. The later development of the city has precluded most excavations from reaching a depth sufficient to encounter any such deposits, and early finds have been mostly recovered from secondary deposits. A series of boreholes below the church of Sant'Omobono have revealed in situ deposits of anthropic activity, which date to the late second millennium BC, interspersed with thick alluvial deposits. This new data from the Forum Boarium demonstrates that early settlement activity in Rome was not restricted to the summits or slopes of the Palatine and Capitoline Hills, but also included activity on the banks of the Tiber."
     
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