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Veii, the historical topography of the ancient city : a restudy of John Ward-Perkins's survey

Author: Roberta Cascino; Helga Di Giuseppe; Helen Patterson
Publisher: London : British School at Rome, 2012.
Series: Archaeological monographs of the British School at Rome, 19.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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During the nineteenth century, antiquarians such as William Gell and George Dennis visited the ancient city of Veii, some 15 km north of Rome, and noted the rapid destruction of its archaeology. The city continued under to be under threat, and in the 1950s was the subject of ground-breaking survey and excavation by John Ward-Perkins. However, the results of his fieldwork were never published fully. Knowledge and  Read more...
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Named Person: J B Ward-Perkins; J B Ward-Perkins
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roberta Cascino; Helga Di Giuseppe; Helen Patterson
ISBN: 9780904152630 0904152634
OCLC Number: 840462320
Language Note: Contributions in English or Italian.
Description: xi, 429 pages, 2 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, plans ; 29 cm.
Contents: Historical introduction / Christopher J. Smith --
"Much that has long been hidden": Reconstructing the survey methodology / Robert Witcher & Michael Craven --
Revisiting the South Etruria survey material from Veii / Roberta Cascino, Helga Di Giuseppe & Helen L. Patterson --
Catalogo topografico: Le aree di raccolta del Survey / Roberta Cascino, Francesco di Gennaro, Helga Di Giuseppe, Maria Teresa Di Sarcina, Helen L. Patterson, Marta Sansoni & Andrea Schiappelli --
I reperti. Ceramica della prima età del ferro. La ceramica d'impasto / Francesco di Gennaro & Andrea Schiappelli --
Ceramica di epoca orientalizzante, arcaica e classica. Premessa / Roberta Cascino & Maria Teresa Di Sarcina ; La ceramica di importazione protocorinzia / Roberta Cascino ; La ceramica di importazione attica / Roberta Cascino ; La ceramica italo-geometrica / Roberta Cascino ; La ceramica etrusco-corinzia / Roberta Cascino ; La ceramica etrusca a fasce / Roberta Cascino ; La ceramica etrusca acroma / Roberta Cascino ; Il bucchero / Roberta Cascino ; La ceramica d'impasto bruno di età orientalizzante / Maria Teresa Di Sarcina ; La ceramica d'impasto rosso / Maria Teresa Di Sarcina ; La ceramica d'impasto da mensa e da dispensa di età orientalizzante ed arcaica / Maria Teresa Di Sarcina ; La ceramica d'impasto chiaro-sabbioso / Maria Teresa Di Sarcina ; L'internal slip ware / Maria Teresa Di Sarcina --
Instrumentum domesticum / Maria Teresa Di Sarcina --
Anfore da trasporto arcaiche / Maria Teresa Di Sarcina --
Instrumentum tessile / Maria Teresa Di Sarcina --
Ceramica di epoca romana. La ceramica a figure rosse etrusca / Helga Di Giuseppe ; Le ceramiche sovradipinte / Helga Di Giuseppe ; La ceramica a vernice nera / Helga Di Giuseppe ; La sigillata italica e tardo-italica decorata a matrice / Fabrizio Felici ; La sigillata sud-gallica e orientale B / Fabrizio Felici ; La ceramica a pareti sottili / Fabrizio Felici ; La ceramica invetriata romana / Fabrizio Felici ; La ceramica a vernice rossa interna / Fabrizio Felici ; La sigillata africana / Sergio Fontana ; Le lucerne / Fabrizio Felici ; La ceramica africana da cucina / Sergio Fontana ; La ceramica comune da mensa e da dispensa / Sergio Fontana ; Le ceramiche comuni--la ceramica da cucina / Alessandra Bousquet & Sabrina Zampini ; Le anfore / Sergio Fontana --
Ceramica altomedievale / Helen L. Patterson --
Altri materiali. Il vetro / Franca Del Vecchio ; Le terrecotte architettoniche, rivestimenti fittili ed oggetti votivi di età arcaica / Maria Teresa Di Sarcina ; Le terrecotte architettoniche e i materiali votivi romani / Helga Di Giuseppe ; Archived finds of decorative stone and marble / Will Clarke --
Veii in context. Veii in the protohistoric period: a topographical and territorial analysis / Andrea Schiappelli ; Veii in the orientalizing, archaic and classical periods / Roberta Cascino, Maria Teresa Di Sarcina & Marco Rendell ; Veii in the Republican period / Helga Di Giuseppe ; Veii in the Imperial, late antique and early medieval periods / Sergio Fontana & Helen L. Patterson --
Conclusions / Helen L. Patterson & Marco Rendell --
Appendix 1: The area numbers and their corresponding grid coordinates --
Appendix 2: The codes used for the pottery classes and other categories of finds --
Appendix 3: Petrological analyses. A petrological note on black-gloss and painted black-gloss ware from Veii / Carina Phillips & David Williams ; A petrological note on votive ceramic material from the area of Veii / David Williams & Adam Kirk.
Series Title: Archaeological monographs of the British School at Rome, 19.
Responsibility: edited by Roberta Cascino, Helga Di Giuseppe and Helen L. Patterson ; with contributions by Alessandra Bousquet, Roberta Cascino, Will Clarke, Michael Craven, Franca Del Vecchio, Francesco di Gennaro, Helga Di Giuseppe, Maria Teresa Di Sarcina, Fabrizio Felici, Sergio Fontana, Adam Kirk, Helen L. Patterson, Carina Phillips, Marco Rendell, Marta Sansoni, Andrea Schiappelli, Christopher J. Smith, David Williams, Robert Witcher and Sabrina Zampini.

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