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Protohistoric to Roman settlement on the Lepine margins near Ninfa (south Lazio, Italy)

(2005) Leusen, P.M. van; Haas, T.C.A. de; Pomicino, S.; Attema, P.A.J.

The Groningen Institute of Archaeology has conducted field walking surveys in the northern part of
the Pontine plain, on the southwestern margins of the Lepine mountains, since 1987. The results of these surveys
have only partially been published in accessible journals, and in a number of different formats. Archaeological
knowledge and methodology has advanced during that period, and therefore the older studies must be reassessed as
well. This article draws together and reassesses all the site-based information that is available from literature and
fieldwork, including that of Italian and Dutch studies dating before 1987. All sites are classified according to their
observed characteristics, and presented in the catalogue. The classification system itself is explained, and the site
patterns are presented and discussed in chronological detail with attention to the biases caused by the variations in
land use/land cover and in the intensity of archaeological research across the landscape.




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Digitaal ID 43a6d2aa7cd38
Titel Protohistoric to Roman settlement on the Lepine margins near Ninfa (south Lazio, Italy)
Titelvolgorde Protohistoric to Roman settlement on the Lepine margins near Ninfa (south Lazio, Italy)
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Publicatiejaar 2005
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Type Article / Letter to editor
Beschrijving The Groningen Institute of Archaeology has conducted field walking surveys in the northern part of
the Pontine plain, on the southwestern margins of the Lepine mountains, since 1987. The results of these surveys
have only partially been published in accessible journals, and in a number of different formats. Archaeological
knowledge and methodology has advanced during that period, and therefore the older studies must be reassessed as
well. This article draws together and reassesses all the site-based information that is available from literature and
fieldwork, including that of Italian and Dutch studies dating before 1987. All sites are classified according to their
observed characteristics, and presented in the catalogue. The classification system itself is explained, and the site
patterns are presented and discussed in chronological detail with attention to the biases caused by the variations in
land use/land cover and in the intensity of archaeological research across the landscape.
Uitgever Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. Archeologie
Rechten Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. Archeologie
Auteur(s) Leusen, P.M. van; Haas, T.C.A. de; Pomicino, S.; Attema, P.A.J.


 
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