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La Palma - Nova Classis: a Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus encampment during the Second Punic War in Iberia
Noguera Guillén, Jaume
Universitat de Barcelona
This paper presents the discovery of the oldest Roman camp on the Iberian Peninsula, a camp from the Second Punic War situated in La Palma (Tarragona, Spain), by the mouth of the River Ebro. Although no structural remains have been found, the site's strategic in- terest along with many coins, arms and fragments of amphoras and other objects indicate that a military camp was established here between 218 and 209 BC. Written sources, mainly Polybius and Livy, suggest that La Palma was where the legions of Publius Cornelius Scipio gathered before the attack on Carthago Nova in 209 BC. The paper ends by suggesting that La Palma may be the Roman camp of Nova Classis mentioned by Livy during the events of the war in 217 BC.
Excavacions arqueològiques
Campaments militars
Romans
Tarragona (Catalunya : Província)
Guerra Púnica II, 218-201 aC
Archaeological excavations
Military camps
Romans
Tarragona (Catalonia : Province)
(c) Noguera Guillén, Jaume, 2012
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