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Experiencing the Landscape in Antiquity

I Convegno Internazionale di Antichità – Università degli Studi di Roma 'Tor Vergata'

£65.00
Editors:
Armando Cristilli, Alessia Gonfloni and Fabio Stok
Publication Year:
2020
Language:
English and Italian
Paperback:
308 pages, Illustrated throughout in colour and black and white. 143 illustrations
ISBN:
9781407357409
BAR number:
S3015
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Description

This book represents research presented at the 1st International Conference on Classical Antiquities, held in Rome from 15th to 17th May, 2019 at the Tor Vergata University. The conference focused on the ancient Mediterranean between the 6th century BC and the 7th century AD, stimulating dialogue across different disciplines - from ancient history to medieval literature and archaeology - producing innovative research, original methodologies, and comparative studies.

Questo libro contiene i risultati del I Convegno Internazionale di Antichit'e Classiche, svoltosi a Roma il 15/17 maggio 2019 presso lUniversit'e degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata. L'obiettivo della conferenza 'e stato quello di stimolare un dialogo internazionale e interdisciplinare fra i vari settori dell'antichistica, al fine di confrontare fra loro dati e metodologie afferenti a discipline diverse. L'attenzione degli studiosi si 'e concentrata nel bacino del Mediterraneo Antico, in un arco cronologico compreso fra il VI sec. a.C. e il VII sec. d.C.

AUTHOR
Armando Cristilli holds PhDs in Archaeology and Classical Antiquities from Rome and Naples and teaches as adjunct at the ‘Tor Vergata’ University of Rome. His research interests include Roman sculpture and architecture.

Alessia Gonfloni holds a PhD in Greek Epigraphy from the ‘Tor Vergata’ University of Rome. She is currently working on the online project ‘Carmina Epigraphica Graeca - Supplementa’.

Fabio Stok teaches Latin literature and classical culture and tradition at the ‘Tor Vergata’ University of Rome. His major field of research is classical antiquity, republican and imperial writers and the transmission of Latin classics.

Contributors: Greta Balzanelli, Francesca Basso, Francesca Boldrer, Lorenzo Bonazzi, Francesco Carriere, Gabriele Castiglia, Stefano Ceccarelli, Maria Grazia Cinti, Mariella Cipriani, Andrea Corbascio, Armando Cristilli, Benedetta D'Anghera, Maria del Carmen Moreno Escobar, Gioconda Di Luca, Dario Di Michele, Sergio España-Chamorro, Davide Falco, Chiara Blasetti Fantauzzi, Arianna Gaspari, Alessia Grandi, Tibor Grüll, Paola Guacci, Constantin Kappe, Florence Kesseler, Alessandro Labriola, Melania Marano, Michele Matteazzi, Rosa Mauro, José David Mendoza Álvarez, Giulia Moretti Cursi, Riccardo Olivito, András Patay-Horváth, Matteo Pucci, Priscilla Ralli, Smeralda Riggio, Diego Romero Vera, Eleonora Rossetti, José Manuel Serrano Álvarez, David Serrano Ordozgoiti, Camilla Simonini, Anna Smeragliuolo Perrotta, Manolis Spanakis, Viviana Spinella, Ilaria Starnino, Miriam Amparo Valdés Guía, Barbara Valdinoci

REVIEW
‘These proceedings present a timely snapshot of the rich range of research that is being done on “classical” landscapes and demonstrate the possibilities for cross-disciplinary considerations of the theme.’ Dr Jane Rempel, University of Sheffield

Table of Contents (S3015_Cristilli_9781407357409_-_ToC.pdf, 316 Kb) [Download]

Introduction (S3015_Cristilli_9781407357409_-_Introduction.pdf, 296 Kb) [Download]