Urban spatial analyses of geophysical archaeological prospection data from the Roman civil town Carnuntum, Austria



Rok publikování 2016
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Fakulta / Pracoviště MU

Filozofická fakulta

Popis Despite the different attitude the most of archaeological theories agree that the way the people construct and organize their living space, have reflection in the social, cultural and political or even symbolical structures. One possibility to investigate this relationship is Space Syntax Analysis. This approach comprises a theoretical and analytical set of techniques used to identify, compare and interpret patterns in the spatial configuration of space. It offers a combination of tools that are able to quantitatively and qualitatively capture the configuration of the space, and to visualise important correlations between human movement and their use of the space. The paper here presented focuses on the layout of the street system of the Roman civil town of Carnuntum, demonstrating the application of this innovative approach to the analysis of the archaeological prospection data.

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