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Fields, farms and colonists

Intensive field survey and early Roman colonization in the Pontine region, central Italy

Tymon C. A. de Haas
 

Series: Groningen Archaeological Studies 15

ISBN-13: 9789077922934

Publication year: 2011

Publication type: Book

Pages: Vol. 1: XIII, 331. Vol. 2: II, 155

Cover: Softcover

Format: 210 x 297 x 28 mm; 2,1 kg; 2 volumes; b. & w. ill, 7 full colour ill.

Price excl. VAT: 64.00

Price incl. VAT: 67.84

In this study, the author addresses two important issues in Roman archaeology. On the basis of a comparison of intensive field surveys in different parts of the Pontine region, central Italy, it is argued that detailed site and off-site collection strategies have much to offer in understanding site chronology and land use patterns. Setting the field survey data in a wider geographical and historical context, the author also explores the context and impact of the foundation of Roman colonies and rural tribes on rural settlement systems, as such contributing to current debates on the nature of early Roman colonization.
Contents
 
Volume 1
 
Table of Contents v
 
Acknowledgments xii
 
Introduction xiii
 
PART I
Backgrounds, Sources and Methodology
 
Chapter 1   1
Backgrounds of the study

Chapter 2   15
Intra-regional comparative research: methodology and sources

PART II
Site and off-site data analysis, an intra-regional comparison

Chapter 3   39
Field walking surveys in the coastal landscape

Chapter 4   82
Field walking surveys in the lower plain

Chapter 5   116
Field walking surveys in the Lepine Margins

Chapter 6   153
Surveying three landscapes: an intra-regional comparison

PART III
The Roman colonization of three landscapes

Chapter 7   171
Latins, Volsci and Romans on the Pontine coast

Chapter 8   205
Pomptinae Paludes, the agricultural colonization of a marginal area

Chapter 9   232
Norba: a Latin colony and its hinterland

Chapter 10   263
Roman colonization in the Pontine region: comparing its context, nature and impact

PART IV
Conclusions

Chapter 12   283
Roman colonization in the Pontine region: a reassessment

Bibliography 305

Nederlandse samenvatting 328

Volume 2

PART V
Site and artefact catalogues of the Pontinia and Norba surveys Introduction   333

Site and artefact catalogue of the Pontinia survey   336

Site and artefact catalogue of the Norba survey   399
 
Reviews
 
- Martin Sterry, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2013.11.43, http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2013/2013-11-43.html

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