Carthago Nova. Archaeology of a Mediterranean metropolis
José Miguel Noguera
Cartagena’s early history dates back to its Punic foundation and subsequent Roman conquest, becoming the capital of the province of Carthaginensis. For José Miguel Noguera, Carthago Nova (New Carthage) is an example of the process of Romanization and inter-cultural dialogue between Rome and the towns of pre-Roman Hispania. Recent archaelogical excavations have resulted in the discovery of the remains of sanctuaries, Roman baths and Punic-Roman walls.
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