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Anna Maria Bietti Sestieri, one of the finest Italian protohistorians, deals in this monograph with a major archaeological site, the Iron Age cemetery of Osteria dell'Osa, near Rome. The cemetery materials provide rich insights into the emergence of the city-state in central Italy in the crucial period 900–580 BC. Paying particular attention to the causes of variation in burials - ritual, gender, age, status - Dr Bietti Sestieri is able to develop a convincing picture of the late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Latium vetus in the wider context of southern Etruria and Campania.
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- Date Published: December 2008
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521103596
- length: 284 pages
- dimensions: 244 x 170 x 15 mm
- weight: 0.46kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
2. Cemetery studies and social reconstruction
3. Southern Etruria, ancient Lazio and Campania in the late Bronze and Early Iron Ages
4. The cemetery of Osteria dell'Osa
5. The cemetery of Osteria dell'Osa. General anthropological and archaeological data
6. Ritual biases and the overall reconstruction of individual role and status
7. The basic units of the cemetery. The earliest phases: the South and North groups
8. The North and South lineages
9. Period III: changes in social structure and territorial setting as seen from cemetery evidence
10. A comparison of the general Iron Age cultural process in ancient Lazio with the evidence of Osteria dell'Osa
11. The overall cultural process in Etruria, Lazio and Campania in the light of the study of Osteria dell'Osa
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