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From Etruscan urban centre to medieval fortified village: San Giuliano Archaeological Research Project

  • Davide Zori (a1), Colleen Zori (a2), Lori Baker (a2), Veronica-Gaia Ikeshoji-Orlati (a3), Candace Livingston (a4), Deirdre Fulton (a5) and Dennis Wilken (a4)...
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Ongoing excavations at San Giuliano in central Italy are providing detailed evidence for testing explanatory models of cyclical shifts in settlements and socio-economic organisation from the Etruscan to medieval periods (c. 800 BC–AD 1300).

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Antiquity
  • ISSN: 0003-598X
  • EISSN: 1745-1744
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