Les guerres lusitaniennes entre mythe, histoire et réalité : réflexions autour du complexe militaire romain du ‘Pedrosillo' (Casas de Reina, Badajoz, Espagne)

Abstract : Archaeological prospections carried out around the ancient Roman city of Regina, in septentrional edge of the Morena Sierra, allowed the fortuitous discovery of a great Roman military complex of Republican period, probably in relation with the Roman conquest and/or the Lusitanians wars. The proximity of this military camp compared to various possible objectives encourages the authors to analyze the historical but difficult problematic of this zone of Beturia. They are based for that on the archaeological and literary sources, proposing the possible role of Viriathus, the legendary Lusitanian chief.
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Jean-Gérard Gorges, Francisco Germán Rodríguez Martín. Les guerres lusitaniennes entre mythe, histoire et réalité : réflexions autour du complexe militaire romain du ‘Pedrosillo' (Casas de Reina, Badajoz, Espagne). La Béturie turdule, mythes et réalités d'une marche lusitanienne : réflexions autour du complexe militaire romain du ‘Pedrosillo' (Casas de Reina, Badajoz, Espagne), Nov 2004, Cascais, Portugal. pp.349-384. ⟨hal-00463275⟩

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