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The northwest necropolis of Satricum

Demetrius J. Waarsenburg

The northwest necropolis of Satricum

an Iron Age cemetery in Latium Vetus

by Demetrius J. Waarsenburg

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Published by Thesis Publishers in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Iron age -- Italy -- Satricum (Lazio : Extinct city),
  • Tombs -- Italy -- Satricum (Lazio : Extinct city),
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Italy -- Satricum (Lazio : Extinct city),
  • Satricum (Lazio, Italy : Extinct city),
  • Italy -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDemetrius J. Waarsenburg.
    SeriesScrinium -- 8, Satricum -- 3
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDG70.S28 W33 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv,559p. :
    Number of Pages559
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23061231M
    ISBN 109051702949

    The earliest northwest acropolis. The proto-historic necropolis of Satricum covered an area to the west and northwest of the was partially explored during the Italian excavations at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. The Northwest Necropolis of Satricum: An Iron Age Cemetery in Latium Vetus. Amsterdam, , pp. –59, n. (with bibl.), notes that “although by Imperial times, crepundia had become restricted to protective charms for children, Apuleius (Apologia ) confirms that they had a religious significance (sacrorum crepundia).

    Excavations at Satricum (Borgo Le Ferriere) – Northwest Necropolis, Southwest Sanctuary and Acropolis. (Scrinium10/Satricum 4.) Pp. xiv + , 21 pls, 52 figs. Amsterdam: Thesis. chapterr covers the Southwest Necropolis, which has already been published but is now re-examinedd in the light of new discoveries, both in Satricum and elsewhere in Latium (Ch. ).. THE ACROPOLIS Votive Deposit II Inn the 's a large deposit containing material dating from the early fifth to the late.

    Satricum IV: Excavations at Satricum (Borgo le Ferriere) Northwest Necropolis, Southwest Sanctuary and Acropolis by Birgitte Ginge; Satricum V: The Ridge-Pole Statues from the Late Archaic Temple at Satricum by Patricia S. Lulof (pp. ). The Northwest Necropolis of Satricum: An Iron Age Cemetery in Latium Vetus. Amsterdam, Warden Warden, P. G. “Amber, Ivory, and the Diffusion of the Orientalizing Style along the Adriatic Coast: Italic Amber in the University Museum (Philadelphia).”.


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The northwest necropolis of Satricum by Demetrius J. Waarsenburg Download PDF EPUB FB2

Northwest Necropolis: archival prolegomena 65 Field records 65 Visual documentation 66 Find registration 69 Post-excavational history Summary 74 Appendix Summary table of Satricum research 75 Chapter 3 Northwest necropolis: minor find complexes The northwest necropolis of Satricum: an Iron Age cemetery in Latium Vetus.

[Demetrius J Waarsenburg] Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Demetrius J Waarsenburg. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Chapter 1 Introduction 9 Problem orientation and aims of inquiry 9 The Iron Age Culture of Latium 10 Archeologia laziale 10 Iron Age Latium: a survey 12 Approaches and trends 17 Satricum 22 Environment 22 Archaeology 24 Historiography 29 Northwest Necropolis 31 History of research 31 Present situation 33 Procedure of.

B. Ginge: Excavations at Satricum (Borgo Le Ferriere) – Northwest Necropolis, Southwest Sanctuary and Acropolis. (Scrinium10/Satricum 4.) Pp. xiv +21 pls, 52 figs. Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers, Cased. ISBN: - Volume 52 Issue 1 - Author: Kathryn Lomas. References to this book Excavations at Satricum (Borgo Le Ferriere) Northwest Necropolis Birgitte Ginge, Marshall Joseph Becker Snippet view - This book is the final report of the rescue excavations which took place from to in the Southwest Necropolis of Satricum (Borgo Le Ferriere, Latium), well-known in antiquity for its sanctuary of the Latin goddess Mater Matuta.

They were. This book is the final report of the rescue excavations, which took place from to in the Southwest Necropolis of Satricum (Borgo Le Ferriere, Latium), well known in antiquity for its sanctuary of the Latin goddess Mater Matuta.

They were carried out as a part of the Satricum Research Project, which started in under the auspieces. Italian excavations.

During the Italian excavations of andseveral burial clusters dating to the Iron Age were discovered in the area northwest of the acropolis and extending in a northwesterly direction, along the ancient road to Ardea. D.J. Waarsenburg, The Northwest Necropolis of Satricum. An Iron Age Cemetery in Latium Vetus, Amsterdam B.

Ginge, Excavations at Satricum, Borgo Le Ferriere, Northwest Necropolis, Southwest Sanctuary and Acropolis, Amsterdam Satricum (nowadays Le Ferriere) is the ancient name of a Latin settlement that was situated ca.

60 km south of Rome in the present-day Italian province Lazio. The settlement, on the banks of the river Astura, developed from a modest hamlet of huts in the ninth century BC, perched on top of an ‘acropolis’ hill, into a prosperous urban centre.

The glossary of technical terms makes the book more accessible to a wider range of readers. west Necropolis of Satricum is not covered in the exhibition.

Like in other parts of the (for the Northwest Necropolis, see Attema et al. 47–50, –30, and. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Waarsenburg, Demetrius J., Northwest necropolis of Satricum.

Amsterdam: Thesis, (OCoLC) "DEMETRIUS J. WAARSENBURG, The Northwest Necropolis of Satricum. An Iron Age Cemetery in Latium Vetus (series SCRINIUM, Monographs on History, Archaeology and Art History of the Dutch Institute in Rome VIII, subseries SATRICUM III).

Amsterdam, Thesis Publishers, pp., ill. University of Amsterdam, February 1, Supervisors: H.A.G. Brijder, L.B. van der Meer.". Marijke Gnade has lectured on Italian Archaeology at the University of Amsterdam since After participating in the Satricum Research Project for ten years, she became its executive director in Her first book on the subject, The Southwest Necropolis of Satricum, was published in Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) ; http://dare.

Get this from a library. The southwest necropolis of Satricum: excavations, [M Gnade; E J M van Berkel]. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 29 cm. Contents: Machine generated contents note: Part 1 --The Northwest Necropolis Introduction 17 Field journal notes 20 The chronology of tomb contexts from the excavations Inventory 24 Introduction 24 Inventory of tomb groups.

The archaeology of early Rome has progressed rapidly and dramatically over the last century. The excavation of the shrine of Aeneas at Lavinium and the report of walls of the Romulean city discovered on the slopes of the Palatine Hill are two of the widely reported major developments of the last quarter century.

Less well-known are the richly furnished tombs of the seventh century BC, once. Get this from a library. Excavations at Satricum (Borgo Le Ferriere), Northwest necropolis, Southwest sanctuary and acropolis. [Birgitte Ginge]. Read "DEMETRIUS J.

WAARSENBURG, The Northwest Necropolis of Satricum. An Iron Age Cemetery in Latium Vetus (series SCRINIUM, Monographs on History, Archaeology and Art History of the Dutch Institute in Rome VIII, subseries SATRICUM III). Amsterdam, Thesis Publishers, pp., ill. University of Amsterdam, February 1, Supervisors: H.A.G.

Brijder, L.B. van der Meer. Northwest Necropolis, Southwest Sanctuary and Acropolis Excavations at Satricum, Ginge, Birgitte Published by Purdue University Press, Amsterdam ().Page - The Northwest Necropolis of Satricum.

An Iron Age Cemetery in Latium Vetus, Amsterdam. An Iron Age Cemetery in Latium Vetus, Amsterdam. Appears in 6 books from   The Latin necropolis of Satricum is situated at the northwest side of the town, with graves dating to the 8th and 7th centuries BCE.

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