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Spain under the romans

Hispania's wealthy provinces
by

Maria Segovia Amorós

on 25 February 2015

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Transcript of Spain under the romans

the division of the territory
The Emperor Augustus divided the Peninsula into three provinces:
-Tarraconensis.
-Baetica.
-Lusitania.
The economy
the division of the territorry ii
2-Later the Emperor Diocletian divided Tarraconensis into:
-Tarraconensis
-Gallaecia
-Cartaginensis

Thank you!
index
Time line.
Division of the Peninsula.
The economy in the Peninsula:
-Agricultural production.
-Artisan activities.
-Mining.

Spain under the romans
ARTISAN ACTIVITIES

Artisan activities developed in the areas of weapons and textiles.
HISPANIA' S WEALTHY PROVINCES
Work made by:
*María Brotóns
*María Segovia
*Rafaella Del Rio

Hispania was organised into provinces under the control of a governor.
time line
agricultural production
OIL
WINE
WHEAT
The agricultural production increased with the introductions of innovations such as ploughs, fertiliser and crop rotation.
MINING
Became a great source of wealth for the empire.
Cartagena
Mazarrón
Ciudad Real
Almadén
Asturias
rODES
One place to another along the empire.
The roads had importance for trade and for transport.
The main constructors were: Curator operis, contractor, maceps, engineer, architectus, skilled workers, cementarius and normal masons structures.



Via Augusta
La Vía Augusta is the longest in the Iberian Peninsula Roman road, with an approximate total distance of 1,500 kilometers from the Pyrenees to Cadiz.


OUR PROJECT
Huelva
Almeria
Sil River
rafaella esta fataaaal!
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