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Three Roman Republican Seal-Rings Discovered in the Eastern Pyrenees and their Significance
European Journal of Archaeology
The Roman presence in high mountainous areas has traditionally been considered marginal, but recent archaeological studies in several European regions have reshaped our understanding of the occupation and exploitation of these regions. Archaeological research conducted in the Cerdanya valley shows this to be the case in the eastern Pyrenees. The discovery and excavation of several indigenous settlements have allowed us to document an earlier and more intensive Roman presence there, attested bydoi:10.1017/eaa.2021.5 fatcat:cgptns3lh5dgpm7fkfmyapqtbm