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The Emergence of state identities in Italy in the first millennium BC

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Published by Accordia Research Institute, University of London in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Italic peoples.,
  • State, The -- Origin.,
  • Cities and towns, Ancient -- Italy -- History.,
  • Italy -- History -- To 476.,
  • Italy -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Edward Herring & Kathryn Lomas.
    SeriesAccordia specialist studies on Italy -- 8
    ContributionsHerring, Edward., Lomas, Kathryn, 1960-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination225 p. :
    Number of Pages225
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18590611M
    ISBN 101873415222

    How should we understand the ways in which the regions of Italy were affected by Roman imperialism? This book, which is the first full-scale treatment of ancient Umbria in any language, takes a balanced view of the region's history in the first millennium BC, focusing on local actions and motivations as much as the effect of outside influences and Roman : Copertina rigida.   Kathryn Lomas, Cities, states and ethnic identity in southeast Italy in ed. Edward Herring and Kathryn Lomas, The Emergence of State identities in Italy in the first Millennium BC, The Geography of Strabo Book VI, Chapter III. Camilla R. Norman, Iron Age Stelae of Daunia, PhD Dissertation, University of Sydney. Brunt PA. Italian manpower.

    Product Information. This book is the first comprehensive treatment of the history of Umbria in the first millennium BC. It examines the situation that existed in Umbria before the Roman conquest, the reasons why local communities failed to resist the Roman advance, and the . Loney, Helen L. () The Development of Ceramic Production at Casale Nuovo (Lazio): Identifying the Rise of Complex Society in the Archaeological Record. In: The Emergence of State Identities in Italy in the first millennium BC. Accordia Research Institute, London, pp.

    A case study in early Roman colonisation’ in E. Herring and K. Lomas (eds) The emergence of state identities in Italy in the first millennium BC (Accordia Specialist Studies on Italy, 8) . : Ancient Umbria: State, Culture, and Identity in Central Italy from the Iron Age to the Augustan Era (): Bradley, Guy: BooksCited by:


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During these millennia, different societies developed in a changing landscape where sheep (and their wool) always played an important economic role. This book, which is the first full-scale treatment of ancient Umbria in any language, takes a balanced view of the region's history in the first millennium BC, focusing on local actions and motivations as much as the effect of outside influences and Roman policies.

Ancient Umbria: State, Culture, and Identity in Central Italy from the Iron. This book discusses the history of Roman state-owned land from the early expansion of Rome into Italy to the Social War. Rome usually took land from its defeated enemies, which it then declared to be 'Roman public land' or ager : Edward Bispham.

Witcher, Robert E. ‘“Globalisation and Roman Imperialism: Perspectives on Identities in Roman Italy” [in] The Emergence of State Identities in Italy in the First Millennium BC’.

–25 in The emergence of state identities in Italy in the first millennium BC. Vol. Accordia specialist studies on Italy. Published in E. Herring & K. Lomas (eds) () The Emergence of State Identities in Italy in the First Millennium BC. London: Accordia Research Institute, University of London, pp GLOBALISATION AND ROMAN IMPERIALISM: PERSPECTIVES ON IDENTITIES IN ROMAN ITALY ROBERT WITCHER Introduction.

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