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Via Augusta in Carmona. A Roman road in the Modern Age

Rafael RIVERA BLANCAS
Head of Technical Department
Provincial Management of Public Land Company of Andalusia
Andalusian

ABSTRACT

Acting on the roadway, it involved the recovery route of the ancient Via Augusta passing through "Carmo" and the restoration of existing civil works in it. The road, which was originally Roman, has survived to the present day with multiple transformations, having been used by different cultures.

After archaeological excavations can accept that there is no evidence that has lasted until today an original section entirely of Roman road, although there are elements that form the boundaries of it, and are indicative of how through time He could be keeping track.

The action therefore proposes the value of the "site" as a witness of what was one the main roads in Roman times, and has continued to this use until almost the present day.

KEYWORDS
Bridge of five eyes, Roman road, Via Augusta, Restoration, Carmona, 1% Cultural, Rome, Hispania.

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