Wednesday, December 1, 2021

A Cemetery and Quarry from Imperial Gabii

Laura M. Banducci and Anna Gallone (Editors)

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Rachel Opitz, Tyler Duane Johnson, and Matthew Naglak (Digital design and content); Francesca Alhaique, Laura M. Banducci, Nicholas Cullen, Jason Farr, Anna Gallone, Giordano Iacomelli, Kristina Killgrove, Tyler Duane Johnson, Andrew C. Johnston, Claudia M. Melisch, Laura Motta, Matthew Naglak, Shannon Ness, Jessica Nowlin, Rachel Opitz, Giulia Peresso, Sabrina Ross, Arianna Zapelloni Pavia (Chapter authors); Laura M. Banducci, Christina Cha, Sophie Crawford-Brown, Kathryn Hojczyk, Lora Holland Goldthwaite, Emily Lime, Caroline Nemechek, Sarah Norvell, Zoe Ortiz, Emma Petersen, Brittany Proffitt, J. Troy Samuels, Emily B. Sharp, Amy Welch (Special finds entry authors); Sheira Cohen and Parrish Wright (Database editors) 
2021 Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license © University of Michigan Press Excavations, research, and publication at Gabii were supported by the University of Michigan, the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, the National Endowment for the Humanities, FIAT Chrysler Automobiles, the National Geographic Society, the Loeb Classical Library Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the University of Michigan's Humanities Collaboratory, Ann and Clayton Wilhite, and several private donors.
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Since 2009, the Gabii Project, an international archaeological initiative led by Nicola Terrenato and the University of Michigan, has been investigating the ancient Latin town of Gabii, which was both a neighbor of, and a rival to, Rome in the first millennium BC. The story of Gabii, like that of many ancient cities, is one of growth, transformation, and diminishment. In this volume, editors Laura M. Banducci and Anna Gallone highlight the close but sometimes tense relationship between ... More >>
  • Gabii Project Reports
  • 978-0-472-99906-4 (open access)


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