Regions without Boundaries
Edited by Guy Bradley and Elena Isayev and Corinna Riva
Corinna Riva is Lecturer in Mediterranean Archaeology at University College London and co-editor of Debating Orientalization: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Change in the Ancient Mediterranean (2006).
Elena Isayev is Senior Lecturer in Ancient History, University of Exeter and author of Inside Ancient Lucania: Dialogues in History and Archaeology (2006).
Guy Bradley is Lecturer in Ancient History at Cardiff University and author of Ancient Umbria (2000).
1. Why Italy?; Elena Isayev, Senior Lecturer in Ancient History, University of Exeter 2. The ancient Veneti: community and state in northern Italy; Kathryn Lomas, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Archaeology, University College London 3. Ligurians and Celts in north-west Italy; Ralph Haussler, Lecturer in Ancient History, University of Osnabruck, Germany 4. The Archaeology of Picenum: the last decade; Corinna Riva, Lecturer in Mediterranean Archaeology, University College London 5. Etruria and the Etruscans: recent approaches; Vedia Izzet, Lecturer in Archaeology, University of Southampton 6. The Faliscans; Letizia Ceccarelli and Simon Stoddart, Department of Archaeology, Cambridge University 7. Latium and the Latins: the Hinterland of Rome; Christopher Smith, Professor of Ancient History, University of St Andrews 8. The Samnites; Edward Bispham, Fellow and Tutor in Ancient History, Brasenose College, Oxford University 9. Ancient Campania; Mariassunta Cuozzo, Associate Professor of Etruscology and Italic Archaeology, Universities of Naples and Molise 10. Daunians, Peucetians and Messapians? societies and settlements in south-east Italy; Edward Herring, Lecturer in Classics, National University of Ireland, Galway 11. Romanisation: the end of the peoples of Italy?; Guy Bradley, Lecturer in Ancient History, Cardiff University Bibliography Index
. . . full of important material intelligently discussed. It will be essential reading for archaeologists and ancient historians at every level from undergraduate upwards.
University of Exeter
A set of well-informed essays... ...the bibliographies at the end of each chapter...constitute a useful guide to the primary evidence for the areas and themes introduced. ... admirable (and well-indexed) collection).
David Ridgway Anciet West and East, Volume 8
Size: 244 x 173 mm
Publication: December 11, 2007