Modelling terrestrial route networks to understand inter-polity interactions (southern Etruria, 950-500 BC)

@inproceedings{Prignano2016ModellingTR,
  title={Modelling terrestrial route networks to understand inter-polity interactions (southern Etruria, 950-500 BC)},
  author={Luce Prignano and Ignacio Morer and Francesca Fulminante and Sergi Lozano},
  year={2016}
}
Ancient regional routes were vital for interactions between settlements and deeply influenced the development of past societies and their "complexification". At the same time, since any transportation infrastructure needs some level of inter-settlement cooperation to be established, they can also be regarded as an epiphenomenon of social interactions at the regional scale. Here, we propose to analyze ancient pathway networks to understand the organization of cities and villages located in a… CONTINUE READING
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