Studies in the Romanization of Italy
University of Alberta, 1995 - Всего страниц: 262
Mario Torelli's essays provide a comprehensive picture of those crucial centuries of Roman history which lead to the tota Italia of the Augustan age. Studies in the Romanization of Italy provides a detailed analysis of the socio-economic and cultural background and paints a full picture of the material evidence from a number of Italian regions and a variety of local situations pertaining to the period between the Late Republic and the Early Empire.
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The Situation in Etruria
Entry into the Senate and Ties with
Toward the History of Etruria in the Imperial Period
A Templum Augurale
A New Inscription from Bantia
Historical and Archaeological Aspects
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