This volume presents a comprehensive discussion of funerary rituals in Roman Hispania. It is based on the analysis of more than 370 necropoleis and cemeteries, as well as literary and iconographic sources. The focus is on structural typologies, the analyses of materials found in the necropolis, the development of burial practices, and local and regional trends and variations across time.
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Descripción Oxford, England : Archaeopress, Publishers of British Archaeological Reports, 2014. Soft cover. Estado de conservación: New. VI, 507 p. il., graf., mapas, planos 30 cm in Spanish. This volume presents the study of a number of variants of Romano-Hispanic burial rituals. The research was carried out focusing on structural typologies, the analyses of materials found in the necropolis, the development of the burial practices, and the specificity of a variety of solutions (local and regional) adopted by the inhabitants of Roman Spain. This study is not only based on a primarily archaeological approach, but also takes into account other discAlines such as ancient history, iconography, anthropology and the history of religions. The main purpose of the study is to update the current state of research in burial rites in classical cultures and, above all, Hispanic cultural practices. All this provides plenty of largely new information thatwill enlighten future research. Nº de ref. de la librería BAR2610