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Monumentality in Etruscan and Early Roman Architecture: Ideology and Innovation
* Preface (Michael L. Thomas) * Acknowledgments * Note on Abbreviations *1. Introduction: The Experience of Monumentality in Etruscan and Early Roman Architecture (Gretchen E. Meyers) *2. Straw toExpand
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Approaching monumental architecture: mechanics and movement in Archaic Etruscan palaces
This paper reassesses the architectural setting of a group of monumental buildings dating to the sixth century bc from the Etruscan area of central Italy, sometimes referred to as palaces, or palazziExpand
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The production and usage of non-decorated Etruscan roof-tiles, based on a case study at Poggio Colla
of pan and cover tile, we are able to suggest that roof-tiles from Poggio Colla were produced locally and that the industry was well-integrated with ceramic production on the site.3 We hope thatExpand
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The Divine River: Ancient Roman Identity And The Image Of Tiberinus
This chapter focuses on Tiberinus, the divine river personified who appears in Roman art and literature near the end of the first century B.C., as one such expression. It begins by briefly surveyingExpand
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