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Bartomeu Vallori Márquez is an archaeologist, specialized in the study of topography of Ancient sites and Roman architecture, as well as archaeology and Ancient history of the Balearic Islands. He is particularly concerned with computing applications in archaeology, such as 3D modelling, GIS, and photogrammetry.

His studies at the University of Barcelona include a BA in History (2007), an MA in Archaeology (2010) and a PhD in Archaeology (2012). His PhD dissertation (European PhD, with honors, Extraordinary Doctorate Award) deals with urbanism and public architecture in the Roman city of Pollentia (Mallorca). He has been a visiting student at the Università di Roma – “La Sapienza” and the University of Southampton. In 2014, he obtained a scholarship to study the topography of the Roman city of Palma.
From 2015, he is a postdoctoral researcher at the Escuela Española de Historia y Arqueología en Roma (EEHAR-CSIC), where he studies Etruscan-Italic temples in the 2nd-1st cent. BC in Italy and Spain, being also involved in the excavation project in Tusculum (Latium). He has organised recently the conference “Accampamenti, guarnigioni e assedi durante la Seconda Guerra Punica e la conquista romana (secoli III-I aC): prospettive archeologiche” with J.P. Bellón and C. Rueda in Rome.
He is part of the permanent research team in Pollentia (Mallorca), and leads a research project on the Roman fort of Ses Salines (Mallorca). He is a member of the ERAAUB since 2008.

Reserach Lines

Ancient topography
Roman architecture
Roman Republican temples
Antiquity in the Balearic Islands
Conflict archaeology

Featured Projects

vallori salinesProject “La romanització a Mallorca: El fossat romà de Ses Salines” (Consell de Mallorca, Ajuntament de Ses Salines).
Directors: B. Vallori and B. Roig.
This research project aims to explore the Roman fort of Ses Salines. This fort is traditionally known thanks to an impressive defensive ditch 3 m deep that had never been studied scientifically. Amongst the goals of this project are surveying accurately the ditch plan, dating of the fort phase through archaeological excavation of the ditch and related silos, and defining the chronology and features of the settlement that developed later.

Figura. Archaeological excavation at Ses Salines. Remains related to the settlement after the Roman fort.
Coordenades UTM 31N ETRS89: 504612, 4354431
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Twitter: @ArqueoSSalines

Featured Pubications

  • VALLORI MÁRQUEZ, B., CAU ONTIVEROS, M.Á. & ORFILA PONS, M. 2016: The small temples in the forum of Pollentia (Mallorca, Balearic Islands). Mélanges de l'École Française de Rome - Antiquité 128, 187-203.
  • VALLORI MÁRQUEZ, B., CAU ONTIVEROS, M.Á. & ORFILA PONS, M. 2015: The Tuscan temple of Pollentia (Mallorca, Balearic Islands). Archeologia Classica 66, 289-317.
  • MAS FLORIT, C., VALLORI MÁRQUEZ, B., MURRIETA FLORES, P., RIVAS ANTEQUERA, M.J. & CAU ONTIVEROS, M.Á. 2015: The Roman uilla of Sa Mesquida: A rural settlement on the island of Mallorca (Balearic Islands, Spain). Militello, P.M. & Önitz, H. (eds.), Proceedings of the 15th Symposium on Mediterrean Archaeology, held at the University of Catania 3–5 March 2011. (Oxford, BAR International Series 2695), 461-466.
  • VALLORI MÁRQUEZ, B. & CAU ONTIVEROS, M.Á. 2012: Pollentia, 1593-1923. La recerca d'una ciutat de les fonts clàssiques a Mallorca. Afers: fulls de recerca i pensament 71/72, 381-397.
  • VALLORI MÁRQUEZ, B., ORFILA PONS, M. & CAU ONTIVEROS, M.Á. 2011: Las excavaciones de Gabriel Llabrés, Rafael Isasi y Juan Llabrés en la ciudad romana de Pollentia (Alcudia, Mallorca) (1923-1946). Archivo Español de Arqueología 84, 283-303.


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