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Title: Experimental Archaeology at l'Esquerda – Crops, Storage, Metalcraft and Earthworks in Mediaeval and Ancient Times
Author: Ollich i Castanyer, Imma, 1951-
Rocafiguera i Espona, Montserrat de
Ocaña, Maria
Cubero, Carme
Amblàs, Oriol
Keywords: Arqueologia experimental
Edat mitjana
Roda de Ter (Catalunya)
Experimental archaeology
Middle Ages
Roda de Ter (Catalonia)
Issue Date: 9-May-2012
Publisher: IntechOpen
Abstract: The archaeological site of l’Esquerda is placed in the inlands of Catalonia, in the town of Roda de Ter, county of Osona, 70 Km north from Barcelona. The site occupies a big peninsula of 12 ha over the river Ter. It is situated in the intersection between a fertile and plane plateau called Plana de Vic, and some scarped and bushy mountains named “Les Guilleries”, crossed by the river Ter on its way to Girona and the coast. The site is only accessible from the north face where the walls were built and its particular placement makes it be an outstanding strategic location in the inlands of Catalonia, with natural protection...
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It is part of: Chapter 8 in: Ollich-Castanyer, Imma. 2012. Archaeology: New Approaches in Theory and Techniques. ISBN: 978-953-51-5127-2. DOI: 10.5772/2412. pp. 205-228.
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