12/07/2019
DisseminationResearchWho are we?

Archaeo-tracks: hiking through archaeological interest sites. An exemple of knowledge transfer

Do you know the archaeo-tracks? The ICAC and the Natural Park of the rivers Ter and Freser (Girona) lead this knowledge transfer action to place value on the historical and cultural heritage contained in the mountains of the Natural Park. We consider the design of the hiking routes through archaeological interest sites a good example of how research can contribute […]
4/07/2019
DisseminationResearch

Video available: H. Orengo’s seminar on AI to archaeological settlements detection

  You can find the video (in English) of Hèctor Orengo‘s seminar on AI approaches to archaeological settlements detection (June 28, at the Computer Vision Center, CVC). (Click on the video screen, below, or on this direct link)     «Multisensor multitemporal AI approaches to the detection and analysis of archaeological settlements at a continental scale»  
28/06/2019
DisseminationResearch

Boutsikas’ talk introduced us to the ancient Greece night sky

The visit of Dr Efrosyni Boutsikas carried us along with the religious rituals of ancient Greece and the role that the stars and constellations had in the collective imagination of our ancestors. Boutsikas’ research combines digital reconstructions of Antiquity night sky with virtual models of religious structures of Ancient Greece. It is difficult for us […]
13/06/2019
DisseminationResearch

Talk on the archaeological works done at the church of la Mussara

The cultural entity Centre de Lectura de Reus invited us to give a talk, on June 6, on the archaeological works that the ICAC carried out in the church of La Mussara last year and that lead to discovering a medieval temple. Jordi López and Josep Maria Puche made a presentation that highlighted two dimensions of the research […]
7/06/2019
DisseminationPressResearchWho are we?

New research project to locate and document the Gaià aqueduct, the largest one built by the Romans in Catalonia

The ICAC has signed a new collaboration agreement with the foundation Fundació Privada Mútua Catalana (FPMC) to carry out the archaeological research project Aqua Augusta. This project has the primary objective of locating and documenting, topographically and photographically, the longest Roman water construction that supplied the ancient city of Tarraco: the aqueduct of Gaià. 50 […]
5/06/2019
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New publication about the streets of the Conventus Tarraconensis

ICAC’s visiting postdoctoral researcher Núria Romaní has published the book Carrers i serveis viaris a les ciutats romanes del ‘conventus tarraconensis’ (segles II ac – VI dC) (in Catalan, with a summary chapter in English. Prologue in Italian). The book is the second volume in the Serie Studia Archaeologica of the collection Forma Conventus Tarraconensis, edited by Institut d’Estudis […]
4/06/2019
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The IV Interdisciplinary Seminar on Epigraphy and Archaeometry brought together more than a dozen experts

Full assistance at the ICAC’s conference room last Friday, May 31, on the occasion of the IV Interdisciplinary Seminar on Epigraphy and Archaeometry, which also hosted a tribute to Rosa M. Mercado, a young archaeologist trained in the Master’s Degree in Classical Archeology (joined URV-UAB- ICAC). More than fifty people attended throughout the day to the […]
9/05/2019
DisseminationResearchTrainingWho are we?

Pre-enrolment online application to the Master in Classical Archaeology, open till May 15

First period to pre-enrolment to the Master in Classical Archaeology (academic year 2019/2020) will be open till May, 15. After this first application period, it will be open a second online enrolment period from May, 16 to July, 19, if there are vacant posts. Get personalized attention in the ICAC’s Support Office for students. Pre-enrol! More information   […]
29/04/2019
DisseminationResearchWho are we?

Check the video of the last lecture at the “Tribuna d’Arqueologia”

Available the information and the video related to the last lecture “Archaeological works in the Iberic settlement of Coll del Moro de Gandesa (Terra Alta) between 2014 and 2018” (in Catalan), which took place on April 24, in Barcelona, in the framework of the lectures “Tribuna d’Arqueologia 2018-2019″. Speakers were archaeologists Maria Carme Belarte (ICREA-ICAC) and Rafel Jornet (UB […]