PRIVATE SPACE IN LATE ANTIQUE CITIES: LAWS AND BUILDING PROCEDURES

in Late Antique Archaeology
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In Late Antiquity, many laws were issued to regulate complex social and economic matters, including the control of real estate, construction, and the management of private buildings. A new building practice and culture of re-use gradually became predominant in a changing society. The present essay compares this legislation with the archaeological evidence in order to ascertain the characteristics of the process, assess the contribution of the ruling classes, and distinguish different building procedures in urban areas.

PRIVATE SPACE IN LATE ANTIQUE CITIES: LAWS AND BUILDING PROCEDURES

in Late Antique Archaeology

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