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La construcción en piedra en Catalunya entre los siglos VI-XI : evidencias arqueológicas, construcciones y canteras

Authors: Sancho i Planas, Marta;

La construcción en piedra en Catalunya entre los siglos VI-XI : evidencias arqueológicas, construcciones y canteras

Abstract

[ES] La tradición de la construcción en piedra en Catalunya se remonta a tiempos protohistóricos y presenta una continuidad ininterrumpida hasta nuestros días. En este estudio nos proponemos mostrar las formas como fueron utilizados los recursos pétreos en la construcción de edificaciones diversas desde el siglo VI hasta el siglo XI. Analizaremos estructuras de adecuación del territorio, las construcciones vinculadas al hábitat, las fortificaciones y edificaciones de carácter cultual. Nos interesa especialmente mostrar los tipos de piedra que fueron utilizados en las construcciones, las zonas de extracción, el labrado y las distintas técnicas de colocación de los sillares, los materiales de unión, así como los recubrimientos. Este análisis nos deberá permitir establecer las características diferenciadoras de las edificaciones vinculadas a las construcciones populares de aquellas que están relacionadas con las élites. Las evidencias arqueológicas nos aportaran los datos necesarios para abordar estos objetivos por lo que consultaremos bibliografía específica de distintos yacimientos seleccionados para tal fin. Los criterios de selección se fundamentan en dos principios básicos: los restos conservados y la calidad y detalle de la información que los investigadores correspondientes nos ofrecen en sus publicaciones.

[EN] The tradition of stone construction in Catalonia dates back to protohistoric times, and displays an uninterrupted continuity right up to the present day. In this study, we set out to show the ways in which stone resources were used in the construction of various different buildings from the 6th century clown to the 11 'h century. We will analyse structures designed to adapt the local territory, constructions linked to the habitar, fortifications, and buildings used as places of worship. We are especially interested in showing the types of stone used in constructions, the areas where they were quarried, the way they were worked, and the various different techniques for laying the stone blocks, the bonding agents and materials, as well as materials used to cover the wall surfaces. This analysis should allow us to establish the distinguishing characteristics of buildings linked to lower-status constructions, as distinct from those connected to élite groups. Archaeological evidence will the 11th century, and in the 12th century too, among the social classes of the local aristocracy.

Actas del congreso Il paesaggio pietrificato. La storia sociale dell’Europa tra X e XIII secolo attraverso l’archeologia del costruito (Arezzo, 7-8 febbraio 2020). Este congreso fue celebrado en el ámbito del proyecto ERC: Petrifying Wealth. The Southern European Shift to Masonry as Collective Investment in identity, c.1050-1300. Este artículo está sujeto a una licencia CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.

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Habitat, Catalonia, Castillos, Cataluña, Castles, Iglesia, Territory, Territorio, Church, Medieval

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PETRIFYING WEALTH
Petrifying Wealth. The Southern European Shift to Masonry as Collective Investment in Identity, c.1050-1300
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 695515
  • Funding stream: H2020 | ERC | ERC-ADG
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