Project conference videos

Here are the links to the filmed presentations at the project conference of 26-27 Jan 2017. Thanks go to Doug Rocks-Macqueen (Landward Research) for the video registration and editing.

Nico Roymans (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Setting the scene: characterising Batavian society at the edge of empire in the Dutch river area
https://youtu.be/1FYaxWjHtq8

Philip Verhagen (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Modelling the cultural landscape of the Dutch Roman Limes: approach, results and prospects
https://youtu.be/U4E2iU0d0fs

Willem Jongman (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen)
What did the Romans ever do for us?
https://youtu.be/M_UHzKUpeBc

Jamie Joyce (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Simulating the Roman farm: Investigating the limits and possibilities of the agriculturaleconomy in the Roman Dutch limes zone via agent-based modelling
https://youtu.be/OGOMskK6twI

Antoni Martín i Oliveras (University of Barcelona)
The economy of Roman wine. Productive landscapes, archaeological data, quantification and modelling. Case Study Research: “Regio Laeetana-Hispania Citerior Tarraconensis” (1st century BC-3th century AD)
https://youtu.be/5jp0gyF6iJs

Maurice de Kleijn (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Simulating land-use for the Lower Rhine-Meuse delta in the Roman period
https://youtu.be/NvD1aatyJ-o

Eli Weaverdyck (University of California, Berkeley)
Farmers and Forts in Moesia Inferior: Modelling agricultural strategies on the Lower Danubian Frontier
https://youtu.be/NJirwfDh8IE

Philip Verhagen (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
From population dynamics to settlement patterns. Linking archaeological data to demographic models of the Dutch limes
https://youtu.be/Mv45bJSh7kM

Chris Green (University of Oxford)
Modelling evidence densities: past population variation or modern structuring affordances
https://youtu.be/GQfofTlHO20

Antonin Nüsslein (École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris)
A different vision of ancient settlement dynamics: creation and application of a model of evolution of the Antique habitat of the Plateau Lorrain
https://youtu.be/jpRdOlngP_Q

Philip Verhagen (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Integrating detection and modelling of ancient pathways: towards a spatio-temporal, multiscalar approach
https://youtu.be/HkyOBT0oWRo

Mark Groenhuijzen (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Diverse movement in a dynamic environment: modelling local transport in the Dutch part of the Roman limes
https://youtu.be/2MjkhMDNBbo

César Parcero-Oubiña (INCIPIT, Santiago de Compostela)
Postdicting Roman Roads in the NW Iberian Peninsula
https://youtu.be/QuMP9PAXtBU

Katherine Crawford (University of Southampton)
Walking Between Gods and Mortals: reconsidering the movement of Roman religious processions
https://youtu.be/OhV_gdkdtmk

Tom Brughmans (University of Oxford)
Network science in Roman studies: the potential and challenges
https://youtu.be/G9RBE0PzAms

Mark Groenhuijzen (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Possibilities and challenges in the use of networks to study socio-economic relations in the Dutch part of the Roman limes
https://youtu.be/B5EuNaLlcFE

Pau de Soto (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
Network analysis to model and analyse the Roman transport and mobility
https://youtu.be/ojuuOB2p-Lg

Angelo Castrorao Barba (University of Palermo)
Multi-scalar approach to long-term dynamics, spatial relations and economic networks of the Roman secondary settlements in Italy: towards a model?
https://youtu.be/BTWngPQXNdE