About: Asturica Augusta/Asturica, Astorga historical name(s), Asturica Augusta/ Asturica. Late Roman province, Hispania Gallaecia. During Cantabrian wars b.C to 19 b.C- many castra were set on Leonesian lands: from one of them city of Asturica Augusta, actual Astorga was created. Museo Romano de Astorga: Asturica Augusta – excellent, authoritative museum guide! – See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for.

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Map updates are paused. It’s a nice alternative to the normal endless procession of churches and cathedral and I recommend a quick trip there. Only one had me stumped, then I realised it meant “ear wax removers”! Asturica Augusta – excellent The result of all this is the current Roman Route, a pioneering experience in Spain in terms of archaeological actions.

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Current location in this text. It belonged to the tribe of the Astures and was capital of the conventus; it was also inhabited in pre-Roman times. In addition to the museum, there are other small Roman sites around the town. In Astorga is declared Archaeological Heritage, delimiting the area with its walls -built with defensive purposes in the late Roman time beginning of the fourth century A.

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All things to do in Asturca The city was rebuilt by Augustus, using the soldiers of the Legio X Gemina, stationed there in the 1st c. Hotels near Museo Romano de Astorga. All reviews ” roman remains “. The modern urban archaeology has discovered part of the defensive augustaa of that quartering of troops, a line of moats that the Legio X Gemina excavated surrounding the hill in which Asturica Augusta was settled.


The epigraphic and archaeological remains found in the city until astuirca moment recount the complexity and the cosmopolitism which the Astur society reached during the first three centuries of its existence. Travelers who viewed Museo Romano de Astorga also viewed. Enter a Perseus citation to go to another section or work. Studies of Roman Imperialism. Astorga, therefore, has a strong urban character from its origins which has kept throughout twenty-one centuries,holding the commercial and cultural capital status of a wide geographical area which includes several regions.

Its mediaeval walls asturjca built over Roman ones of the Late Empire, asrurica towers and gates. The timeline of Galician history that includes Astorga has artifactual evidence stretching back overyears, predating the Paleolithic.

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Which Astorga hotels are on sale? Tin artifacts dated to c. Review tags are currently only available for English language reviews. Asturicq onwards, systematic archaeological excavations have been made. History from xv to xviii century.

Asturica Augusta

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Artifacts such as asutrica and double ring axes were located in Astorga and are significant to an Atlantic cultural complex from the Bronze Age period c.

Been to Museo Romano de Astorga? There is a combination ticket with the Roman Museum and the Museum of Chocolate. View a machine-translated version of the Spanish article.

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For more guidance, see Wikipedia: The labels on the exhibits are mostly in Spanish, but the meaning’s usually possible to guess when the object it’s talking about’s in front of you. There is the remnants of the forum pile of stonesthe remains of a villa, with a good mosaic, some sewers better than it sounds and then the remains of a marching camp slightly outside the town. The Roman museum has an excellent introductory film and displays.

If possible, she puts it on in a language you’ll understand. Not a big one but also interesting.

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Show by default Hide by default. Review of Museo Romano de Astorga. It’s only a small collection, but it’s well organised and run and very interesting. Retrieved from ” https: