By Elisa Perego,Rafael Scopacasa
The leader target of this selection of 14 papers is to harness leading edge methods to the highly wealthy mortuary facts of first millennium BC Italy, in an effort to examine the jobs and identities of social actors who both struggled for strength and social attractiveness, or have been manipulated and exploited by way of enhanced professionals in a section of tumultuous socio-political switch during the complete Mediterranean basin. participants supply a various diversity of techniques which will learn how energy operated in society, the way it was once exercised and resisted, and the way this is often studied via mortuary facts. part 1 addresses the development of identification by means of focusing as a rule at the manipulation of age, ethnic and gender different types in society in areas and websites that reached impressive energy and beauty in first millennium BC Italy. those contain Etruria, Latium, Campania and the wealthy payment of Verucchio, in Emilia Romagna. every one paper in part 2 deals a counterpoint to a contribution in part 1 with an total emphasis on scholarly multivocality, and the multiplicity of the theoretical ways that may be used to learn the archaeological evidence.
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Burial and Social Change in First Millennium BC Italy: Approaching Social Agents (Studies in Funerary Archaeology) by Elisa Perego,Rafael Scopacasa