Víctor RevillaProject Director
Victor Revilla Calvo (Mataró 1961) holds a B.A. degree in Geography and History (1985) and a Ph.D. in Prehistory, Ancient History and Archaeology (1994) from the University of Barcelona. He is currently a Professor of Ancient History at the University of Barcelona and an invited professor at the Universities of Campinas (Brasil), Padua (Italy), and Cádiz (Spain).
Prof. Revilla’s research focuses on the social and economic history of Rome. His main research lines include the analysis of the rural economy and settlement in Hispania, the economic relation between the Roman provinces (focusing on material culture, rural property settlement and the exchanges between Spain, Africa and Italy), and the forms of dependence and communication in the Roman provincial society of the Early Empire. Prof. Revilla’s publication record includes 10 books discussing archaeological and historical topics, 42 papers in indexed journals, and over 100 papers published in other journals, conference proceedings and colloquia on territory, economy, and habitat. Prof. Revilla is currently the director of several research projects in Spain and has participated in research projects in Italy (Rome and Pompeii), Tunisia, Germany, and Libya.