The People and the State: Material culture, social structure, and political centralisation in Central Italy (800-450 BC) from the perspective of ancient Crustumerium (Rome, Italy)

Peter Attema* (Redacteur), Remco Bronkhorst (Redacteur)

*Bijbehorende auteur voor dit werk

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Samenvatting

This volume is the fourth in the series Corollaria Crustumina and deals with the results of the project People and the State. Material culture, social structure, and political centralisation in Central Italy (800-450 BC) from the perspective of ancient Crustumerium (Rome, Italy). This project of the Groningen Institute of Archaeology, carried out between 2010 and 2015 in close collaboration with the Archaeological Service of Rome, deals with the changing socio-political situation at ancient Crustumerium resulting from Rome’s rise to power. The volume brings together data from the domains of geology, geoarchaeology, urban and rural settlement archaeology, funerary archaeology, material culture studies as well as osteological and isotope analyses. On the basis of these data, a relationship is established between changes in material culture on the one hand and developments in social structure and political centralisation in Central Italy on the other in the period between 850 and 450 BC.
Originele taal-2English
Plaats van productieEelde
UitgeverijBarkhuis Publishing
Aantal pagina's210
Volume4
ISBN van geprinte versie9789493194236
StatusPublished - 2020

Publicatie series

NaamCorollaria Crustumina
UitgeverijBarkhuis
Volume4

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