The Municipal Museum of History, the Archbishopric of Tarragona and the city’s main archaeology firm also participate in this team. Its objective is to continue research into the Christian basilicas in the city’s Roman amphitheatre and the Cathedral archaeological zone. In its archaeological research, the team also has the collaboration of the Higher School of Architecture at the URV for the development of documentation and graphic experimentation projects on the local heritage.

As a result of this collaboration, the team undertakes architectural documentation and study projects on the site of the Roman circus, which is currently municipal property. Another of its aims is to encourage the study of Tarragona’s port area, especially its transformation in late antiquity. The team’s remit also includes research into funerary practices in Tarragona, especially in late antiquity, and their clear link to the Early Christian transformation of the ancient capital.