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dc.contributor.authorBertran i Roigé, Prim, 1948-2014-
dc.contributor.authorFité i Llevot, Francesc, 1948--
dc.description.abstractThe medieval deserted village of St. Lloreng, a fortified place in the west lands of Catalonia, in Lleida, near Aragon, is studied from its origins in 11th. century unti1 14th.C. The growth and evolution of population during this time is shown by the houses, placed between the castle and the church, some so simply with only one room, some wider. The authors don't know why the village became deserted, but they indicate the possible move of the population into the limits of the Ager valley.-
dc.format.extent4 p.-
dc.publisherEumo Editorial-
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dc.relation.ispartofCota Zero: revista d'Arqueologia i Ciència, 1990, num. 6, p. 67-70-
dc.rights(c) Cota Zero, 1990-
dc.sourceArticles publicats en revistes (Història i Arqueologia)-
dc.subject.classificationEdat mitjana-
dc.subject.classificationTrasllats de població-
dc.subject.otherMiddle Ages-
dc.subject.otherPopulation transfers-
dc.titleSant Llorenç del Montsec: un despoblat medieval-
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