The Faculty of Arts of Ciudad Real welcomes today a summer course on the Roman cities in Castilla-La Mancha.
Experts on ancient history and archeology involved from now until June 30 in the summer course 'Roman Cities in Castilla-La Mancha' to be held in the Faculty of Arts Campus Ciudad Real, driven by the Vice President for University Extension University of Castilla-La Mancha.
The meeting, which brings together more than eighty students, aims to identify the different cities in Roman times were located, mafiawars items, in the geographical region of Castilla-La Mancha, in order to put in common perspectives latest analysis and interpretation, as well as the most recent advances and research conducted in this connection, informed the press release on UCLM.
Coinciding with the inauguration of this course, which runs the teacher of Ancient History at the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) Gregorio Serrano Carrasco, it, ffxiv gil, has explained that this initiative is intended as a colloquium on the situation of the most remarkable Roman cities Castilla-La Mancha.
For its part, the rector of the Real City Campus and Cultural Cooperation, Mairena Martin, thanked the organizers of the effort to launch this initiative, intended as a forum for discussion and expansion of knowledge, and encourage attendees to interact with the speakers, tibia gold, and not be mere spectators. It also welcomes the success of assistance, according to the vice chancellor, is due to the subject matter and quality of the course.
The director of the Department of Ancient History at the Universidad Complutense, Julio Mangas, also present at the opening, he rrred to the symposium as a very successful meeting that "fits the idea that all history is contemporary Antigua and vice versa." Mangas he rrred to the enactment of the ancient world and reminded that the crisis experienced in the third century, that changed the economic system of the moment, is similar to what is happening in Spain today.
To this end, during the development of the program, speakers pay attention to some of the most significant Roman settlements inhabited centuries ago Castilian-La Mancha community, such as Valeria or Segobriga cities in the province of Cuenca, the colony Libisosa and the archaeological site of El Tolmo Minateda; or Toletum, Consabura and Caesarobriga, among others.
On this day, and after the opening of the course, it was begun with a presentation by Professor Gregory Carrasco, who has offered a vision of Roman towns in the geographic area of the province of Ciudad Real.