From 16 to 18 September the Archeology Museum D. Diogo de Sousa, located in Braga, hosted the I Seminar “Roman Roads in Europe”. The initiative is the result of a partnership between the Association Roman Roads in Europe / Iter Romanum, the Archeology Unit of the University of Minho and the Municipality of Braga.
During the 3 days of the Seminar, several experts deepened in the current state of research about the Roman road network, debated on conservation and dissemination strategies and presented examples of innovation and good practices in the dissemination of Archaeological Heritage.
Mario Crecente, Vice President of the Scientific Committee of the European Historic Thermal Towns Association (EHTTA), participated in the session “Associativism: Promotion and Protection”. During his conference, entitled “Thermal Roads of Europe”, he presented the main research and dissemination strategies carried out by EHTTA to valorize the Roman origins of many European thermal towns.