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Algunos apuntes sobre la economía de Italia y su territorio durante los siglos I a. C. y I d. C.

Some notes about the Economy of Italica and its Territory during the First Century BC and the First Century AD

According to Archaeology, the town put up on San Antonio-Los Palacios Hill, later named Italica, had a completely autochthonous nature until the late second century B. C. The settlement of Italian immigrants in this place at that time is proved by the typology of certain buildings alien to the local forms and by the start and spread of villa system. Data allow proposing that the families of the lo…