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Author: Corinna Riva
ISBN13: 978-0521514477
Title: The Urbanisation of Etruria: Funerary Practices and Social Change, 700-600 BC
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (December 28, 2009)
Pages: 260

The Urbanisation of Etruria: Funerary Practices and Social Change, 700-600 BC by Corinna Riva



Personal Name: Riva, Corinna Verfasser (DE-588)134103823. Varying Form of Title: ?The? urbanisation of Etruria. Chronological Term: Geschichte 700 v. Ch. 600 v. Chr. gnd. Geographic Name: Etruria Antiquities. Geographic Name: Etruria Social conditions. Geographic Name: Etruria Social life and customs. Geographic Name: Etrurien gnd.

Personal Name: Riva, Corinna. Rubrics: Excavations (Archaeology) Italy Etruria Iron age City and town life History Cities and towns, Ancient Urbanization Etruscans Funeral customs and rites Social change.

The book consists of seven chapters.

43, plans 10, maps 6. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2010. The tombs of Etruria have provided an embarrassment of riches that often distract archaeologists from keeping up with methods and theories developing in other parts of the world. Using the abundant data from elite tomb architecture and burial goods-the core of mortuary programs-Riva seeks to examine sociopolitical change in Etruria and the processes by which villages became urban centers. The relevance of cultic activities in cemetery areas to an earlier period of urbanization (130–31) is not clear either.

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Urbanization History Archaeology Ancient history Social change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007, 320 p. 42 figs, hbk, ISBN 978 0 521 85877 9) Guy Bradley, Elena Isayev and Corinna Riva, eds, Ancient Italy. Regions Without Boundaries. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2007, xvii + 334 p. 3 maps, 57 figs, hbk, ISBN 978 0 859 89813 3). European Journal of Archaeology. Maria Raffaella Ciuccarelli(University of Pisa)

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Paoletti, O. & Camporeale, G. eds. 2005. Dinamiche di Sviluppo delle Città nell'Etruria Meridionale: Veio, Caere, Tarquinia, Vulci. Atti del XXIII Convegno di Studi Etruschi ed Italici, Roma, Veio, Cerveteri/Pyrgi, Tarquinia, Tuscania, Vulci, Viterbo, 1–6 Ottobre 2001. Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views. Abstract views reflect the number of visits to the article landing page.

In this survey of the burial and settlement evidence of late Iron Age Etruria, Corinna Riva offers a new reading of the socio-political transformations that led to the formation of urban centres in Tyrrhenian Central Italy. Through a close examination of burial ritual and the material culture associated with it, Riva traces the transformations of seventh-century elite funerary practices and the structuring of political power around these practices in Etruria, arguing that the tomb became the locus for the articulation of new forms of political authority at urban centres. Challenging established views that deem contact with eastern Mediterranean regions crucial to these developments, Riva offers a radically new interpretation of the so-called Orientalizing material culture, taking a long-term perspective on local changes and east-west contact across the Mediterranean.