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Landschaftsentwicklung seit der Römerzeit im westlichen Segbachtal bei Mayen (Lkr. Mayen-Koblenz) in der Osteifel. Erste Teilprojektergebnisse des DFG-Projekts »Zur Landnutzung im Umfeld eines römischen Industriereviers«

Abstract : Pedo-sedimentologic research of colluvia, floodplain sediments and farmland relics in the Segbachtal valley (eastern Eifel) shows that significant interventions with regard to the water cycle and mass balances have occurred during the last 2,500 years. The accumulation of alluvial sediments has been confirmed for the Late Latène period and Roman Imperial Times, as well as since the Middle Ages. It can be suggested that the system of walls constructed across the valley, dating to the 3rd cent. AD was linked to a presumed water basin. The probably prehistoric reclamation in the area of a former quarry is unusual. The erosion and sedimentation regimes changed considerably as a consequence of such structural measures and land use modifications.
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Markus Dotterweich, Stefan Wenzel, Rainer Schreg. Landschaftsentwicklung seit der Römerzeit im westlichen Segbachtal bei Mayen (Lkr. Mayen-Koblenz) in der Osteifel. Erste Teilprojektergebnisse des DFG-Projekts »Zur Landnutzung im Umfeld eines römischen Industriereviers«. Römische Landnutzung in der Eifel. Neue Ausgrabungen und Forschungen. Tagung in Mayen, vom 3. bis zum 6. November 2011, Nov 2011, Mayen, Germany. ⟨hal-02182703⟩

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