Roman engineering : that the greatness of the empire might be attended with distinguished authority in its public buildings (Vitruvius) / [Course coordinated by Alicia Cámara Muñoz and Bernardo Revuelta Pol; Texts: José María Álvarez Martínez, Alonso Zamora Canellada, Santiago Montero Herrero, Carlos Caballero Casado, Manuel Durán Fuentes, Bernardo Revuelta Pol, Alicia Cámara Muñoz]

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Editor: [Madrid] : Fundación Juanelo Turriano, 2016
Descripción Física: 145 p. : il. ; 22 cm
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This book is the outcome of the course held in 2012 at
the Centro Asociado de la UNED in Segovia, as a result of
the collaboration between the University and the Fundación
Juanelo Turriano. Roman Engineering. «That the
greatness of the empire might be attended with distinguished
authority in its public buildings», is the first work
in the series that contains the lectures given by wellknown
specialists in these courses at university level.
This first publication aims to analyse, amongst other subjects:
communication in the Roman Empire; religious
matters where hydraulic engineering was concerned; the
effects of public works on the citizens’ everyday lives; or
water supply in towns and cities.

Tabla de Contenidos

1. Aquae augustanae / José María Álvarez Martínez
2. A few traces from the construction of Segovia's aqueduct / Alonso Zamora Canellada
3. Hydraulic engineering and religion in the Roman Empire: Trajan and the canal construction / Santiago Moreno Herrero
4. Roman roads: the backbone of the empire / Carlos Caballero Casado
5. Design and construction of Roman bridges in Hispania / Manuel Durán Fuentes
6. Artifex. Roman Engineering in Spain / Bernardo Revuelta Pol
7. Ingenious comparisons: the look of the Reinaissance / Alicia Cámara Muñoz
Books published by Fundación Juanelo Turriano.

Notas

Lectures given at the course:
Roman Engineering. «That the greatness of the empire might be attended with distinguished
authority in its public buildings» held in Segovia from 9th to 11th November 2012
and organised jointly by the UNED and the Fundación Juanelo Turriano.
Course coordinated by Alicia Cámara Muñoz and Bernardo Revuelta Pol.

Tít. orig. de la serie: Lecciones Juanelo Turriano de Historia de la Ingeniería

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This book is the outcome of the course held in 2012 at
the Centro Asociado de la UNED in Segovia, as a result of
the collaboration between the University and the Fundación
Juanelo Turriano. Roman Engineering. «That the
greatness of the empire might be attended with distinguished
authority in its public buildings», is the first work
in the series that contains the lectures given by wellknown
specialists in these courses at university level.
This first publication aims to analyse, amongst other subjects:
communication in the Roman Empire; religious
matters where hydraulic engineering was concerned; the
effects of public works on the citizens’ everyday lives; or
water supply in towns and cities.

Tabla de Contenidos

1. Aquae augustanae / José María Álvarez Martínez
2. A few traces from the construction of Segovia's aqueduct / Alonso Zamora Canellada
3. Hydraulic engineering and religion in the Roman Empire: Trajan and the canal construction / Santiago Moreno Herrero
4. Roman roads: the backbone of the empire / Carlos Caballero Casado
5. Design and construction of Roman bridges in Hispania / Manuel Durán Fuentes
6. Artifex. Roman Engineering in Spain / Bernardo Revuelta Pol
7. Ingenious comparisons: the look of the Reinaissance / Alicia Cámara Muñoz
Books published by Fundación Juanelo Turriano.

Notas

Lectures given at the course:
Roman Engineering. «That the greatness of the empire might be attended with distinguished
authority in its public buildings» held in Segovia from 9th to 11th November 2012
and organised jointly by the UNED and the Fundación Juanelo Turriano.
Course coordinated by Alicia Cámara Muñoz and Bernardo Revuelta Pol.

Tít. orig. de la serie: Lecciones Juanelo Turriano de Historia de la Ingeniería

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