Arqueología de la Arquitectura, No 12 (2015)

Aplicaciones de sintaxis espacial en Arqueología: una revisión de algunas tendencias actuales


https://doi.org/10.3989/arq.arqt.2015.122

Jesús Bermejo Tirado
History Department, York University, Canadá

Resumen


Este trabajo realiza un recorrido por algunas de las principales tendencias teóricas y metodológicas sobre la aplicación de técnicas de análisis sintáctico-espacial para el estudio de edificios y asentamientos arqueológicos. Hemos divido nuestra exposición en una serie de claves temáticas que sirven para agrupar los trabajos y autores comentados. Nuestro análisis nos permite obtener, por primera vez, una síntesis comprensiva sobre la orientación actual de este tipo de aplicaciones en el ámbito de la Arqueología actual. Para concluir nuestro trabajo planteamos una serie de propuestas de futuro que creemos que contribuirán a asentar este tipo de aplicaciones arqueológicas como un elemento destacado en los debates en torno a la ciudad como uno de los problemas fundamentales del ser humano en el siglo XXI.

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Arqueología de la arquitectura; Space Syntax; Urbanismo antiguo; Ciudades arqueológicas; Configuración arquitectónica

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