Studia Antiqua et Archaeologica 27(1): 147-171
Pedro TRAPERO FERNÁNDEZ
This article analyses the Roman viticulture in Hasta Regia colony, southwest of the Iberian Peninsula, as
an ideal place to model historical and economic conditioning factors of this activity. We propose a model that
includes an analysis of the territory, the “Riparian” resources necessary for the vineyard, the conditioning factors of
the ancient vineyard and finally the economic implications that derive from it. The method allows us to get closer to
the management of this economic reality, as well as being able to check whether the various estimates are correct.
ancient viticulture, GIS analysis, Hasta Regia colony, quantitative method