This research line addresses the reciprocal relations of the monasteries with their surrounding territory. The objective of this research line is to reconstruct, through the development of various pilot projects, the rural and urban landscapes of certain monasteries. Taking into account historical and archaeological sources, and creating historical maps making use of GIS maps, we aim to visualize, for each monastery, its patrimonial landscape of resources and dominion, as well as various parameters: impact, areas of influence, and relations within the territorial milieu where it is embedded. In a first stage, the various projects associated with this research line will focus on the analysis of two Benedictine monasteries in Catalonia (Sant Daniel de Girona and Sant Cugat, a female and a male monastery respectively) and in the two monastic-conventual topographies of the cities of Naples and Palermo. We will also be involved in the excavation of the archaeological site of the nunnery of the order of Saint John at Alguaire (El Segrià). See to ask and ask to know.