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    Companion to the Archaeology of the Roman Republic

    ISBN-10: 1405199660
    ISBN-13: 9781405199667
    Author(s): Jane DeRose Evans
    Description: The role of archaeology has expanded over the past 30 years, and research now frequently overlaps with the work of ancient historians and classicists. A Companion to the Archaeology of the Roman Republic demonstrates how archaeological methods have  More...
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    Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 746
    Size: 1.00" wide x 7.50" long x 1.50" tall
    Weight: 3.586
    Language: English

    The role of archaeology has expanded over the past 30 years, and research now frequently overlaps with the work of ancient historians and classicists. A Companion to the Archaeology of the Roman Republic demonstrates how archaeological methods have been used to study the era of the Roman Republic, and the influences of non–Roman cultures on its formation.A collection of original essays by both emerging and established archaeologists with a wide range of nationalities and areas of interest, A Companion to the Archaeology of the Roman Republic reveals how differing approaches and methodologies contribute to an understanding of the Republic across the Mediterranean basin. Of interest both to archaeologists themselves, and to students of ancient history, art history and classics, it offers a diverse approach to a fascinating field.

    List of Illustrations
    Notes on Contributors
    Abbreviations
    Preface
    Introduction
    Material Culture and Its Impact on Social Configuration
    Development of Baths and Public Bathing during the Roman Republic
    Public Entertainment Structures
    Republican Houses
    Tombs and Funerary Monuments
    Before Sigillata: Black-Gloss Pottery and Its Cultural Dimensions
    Amphoras and Shipwrecks: Wine from the Tyrrhenian Coast at the End of the Republic and Its Distribution in Gaul
    Coins and the Archaeology of the Roman Republic
    Weapons and the Army
    Bodies of Evidence: Skeletal Analysis in Roman Greece and Cyprus
    Population and Demographic Studies
    Archaeology and the Landscape
    Looking at Early Rome with Fresh Eyes: Transforming the Landscape
    Survey, Settlement and Land Use in Republican Italy
    Agriculture and the Environment of Republican Italy
    No Holiday Camp: The Roman Republican Army Camp as a Fine-Tuned Instrument of War
    Reconstructing Religious Ritual in Italy
    Archaeology and Ancient Technology
    The Orientation of Towns and Centuriation
    Scientia in Republican Era Stone and Concrete Masonry
    Aqueducts and Water Supply
    Roads and Bridges
    Villas and Agriculture in Republican Italy
    Ports
    The Archaeology of Identity
    Material Culture, Italic Identities and the Romanization of Italy
    The Importance of Being Elite: The Archaeology of Identity in Etruria (500-200)
    Greeks, Lucanians and Romans at Poseidonia/Paestum (South Italy)
    Ce ntral Apennine Italy: The Case of Samnium
    Early Rome and the Malting of "Roman" Identity through Architecture and City Planning
    The Archaeology of Empire during the Republic
    Material Culture and Identity in the Late Roman Republic (c. 200-c. 20)
    The Archaeology of Mid-Republican Rome: The Emergence of a Mediterranean Capital
    The Late Republican City of Rome
    Cosa
    Becoming Roman Overseas? Sicily and Sardinia in the Later Roman Republic
    The Archaeology of Africa in the Roman Republic
    Hispania: From the Roman Republic to the Reign of Augustus
    The Archaeology of Palestine in the Republican Period
    Greece and the Roman Republic: Athens and Corinth from the Late Third Century to the Augustan Era
    Republican Archaeology and the Twenty-First Century
    Computer Technologies and Republican Archaeology at Pompeii
    Archaeology and Acquisition: The Experience of Republican Rome
    References
    Index

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