Roman Sicily. Cities and territories between monumentalization and economy, crisis and development

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This volume is the result of a collaboration between the two Universities of Palermo and Göttingen, who have been cooperating for a decade, implementing an intense exchange of experiences in the field of teaching and research, as part of the double degree in master's degree in archeology. We took the opportunity to study some aspects of archaeological research on Roman Sicily, after twenty years of intense activity on the island both by Italian universities and several foreign universities. The title of the seminar with its binary terms, city and territory, monumentalization and economy, crisis and development, aims to reflect the complexity of the situation of the island in Roman times.
Lingua originaleEnglish
EditorePalermo University Press
Numero di pagine420
ISBN (stampa)978-88-31919-77-7
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2018

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Roman Sicily. Cities and territories between monumentalization and economy, crisis and development. / Belvedere, Oscar.

Palermo University Press, 2018. 420 pag.

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