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- Acconcia, Valeria / Cesana, Deneb
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- Contains 1 Paperback / softback and 1 Digital onli
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La Necropoli di Capestrano, I
Scavi d'Ercole 2003-2009
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The necropolis of Capestrano (AQ, Abruzzo), well-known for its warrior statue, is the most famous archaeological site of the pre-Roman middle-Adriatic area of Italy. From 1934 onwards, archaeological investigations have uncovered a complex funerary area dating to the period between the 8th century BC and the 2nd century AD, with a total of about 500 burials. In this first volume, the authors offer a complete catalogue of the excavation in the Fossascopana, a central sector of the necropolis, investigated between 2003 and 2009. They present a documented review of the history of research on the site, archaeological artefact typologies, funerary aspects, burial rituals and social organization, alongside taphonomic, anthropological and palaeopathological data.
With contributions by Silvia D?Alessandro, Francesca Delle Grazie, Serafino Lorenzo Ferreri, Francesca Mancini, Stefania Montanaro, Federica Properzio, Elena Rossi, Laura Sagripanti and Serena Torello Di Nino
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La Necropoli di Campovalano
Cristina Chiaramonte Trere, Vincenzo D'Ercole, Cecilia Scotti
This volume, investigating the necropolis and sequences of 607 tombs, completes the publication of the site of Campovalano (predominately Late BA to 5th BC) in the region of Teramo, the northernmost province of Abruzzo, Italy (see BAR 1177, 2003)....
Paesaggi etruschi in terra di Siena
The development of settlement in the region between Chiusi and Volterra (northern Etruria, corresponding to the modern territory of Siena), from the Iron Age to the end of the Romanization period (9th-1st century BC), is a much-debated subject amo...
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'All scholars interested in pre-Roman Italy will benefit from reading this publication.' Prof. Gilda Bartoloni, La Sapienza-Universit di Roma'The publication of these new data, produced with a modern stratigraphic approach, is useful for the reconstruction of the whole context, even enhancing the value of previous discoveries.' Dr Cecilia Rossi, Universit degli Studi di Padova
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