The Urbanisation of Rome and Latium Vetus: From the Bronze Age to the Archaic Era Hardcover – 10 Feb 2014
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'… applying new techniques to unpublished data, Fulminante convincingly demonstrates the early rise of Rome as the most powerful player within the network of city states which gradually emerged across Latium Vetus … the book is a most important achievement.' Peter Attema, Antiquity
'Francesca Fulminante's book represents an important contribution, since it provides a new basis for the debate on changing settlement patterns in Early Iron Age and Archaic Latium. It should be read not only by archaeologists, but also by historians and other scholars interested in the origins of Rome and Mediterranean urbanisation.' Gabriel Zuchtriegel, Bryn Mawr Classical Review
This book offers an original analysis of urbanization and state formation in middle Tyrrhenian Italy during the first millennium BC. The book focuses on local developments towards higher complexity by studying and interpreting the distribution of settlements in Rome and Latium vetus from the Bronze Age to the Archaic Era.See all Product Description