Planificador de rutas de la época romana: la Tabula Peutingeriana

Los romanos empezaron a cubrir su imperio con una red de carreteras pavimentadas en el siglo III antes de Cristo. Los militares las utilizaron como rutas de marcha y suministro en la expansión y protección del imperio. Autores: ZDF/Terra X/SPIEGEL/Christopher Gerisch/Tilman Remme/Reiner Bauer, Oliver Gurr/Oliver Roetz, Philipp Klein/Hauke Ketelsen/Richard Sako Traducción y doblaje: alugha Haz clic aquí para ver más vídeos: https://alugha.com/TerraX

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