After the 2nd Punic War, the Iberian Culture will be integrated at first into the Roman Republic with few changes to assimilate little by little the new way of life shown by the Roman society. Therefore, the Iberian aristocracy will be substituted by the Roman aristocracy, the small Iberian settlements, which lived thanks to agriculture and livestock, by Roman rural villas, and the important Iberian towns, by new Roman cities with a typically Roman urban approach where the new social statements, which hold the power, are perfectly integrated. The whole process starts at the beginning of the 2nd century B.C and is perfectly established with the turn of the era.

The economic base of that new society will be almost the same: agriculture and livestock production, but with a more extensive orientation and mining in several cases.

On the road you can visit the archaeological sites of el Tossalet de Santa de Alcora, Vinamargo de Castelló, Benicató de Nules, Sant Josep de la Vall, thw Via Augusta in Benlloch and the Roman Arch of Cabanes.

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