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Most of these studies focused on the significance and values of these objects as indicators of wide and far-reaching trade and connections in the Mediterranean between the Eastern and Western regions; and on their role as means and agents of social interactions and therefore catalysers of social differentiation and stratification in the Western regions.
This paper will take a long term perspective and will focus on the analysis of imports from burial contexts in Latium vetus from the end of the Final Bronze Age to the end of the Orientalizing Period and will study circulation patterns both in term of gender and age dimensions and spatial analysis in order to detect specific networks and areas of interactions between local people and external agents.
|Translated title of the contribution||The Latins and the others. Identifying Social Networks and Interactions from Imports Objects in Funerary COntexts in Latium Vetus during the Early Iron Age and the Orientalizing Age|
|Title of host publication||The Orientalizing cultures in the Mediterranean, 8th-6th cent. BC: Origins, cultural contacts and local developments Rome, 19th-21st January 2017|
|Place of Publication||Rome|
|Publisher||ISCIMA, Rome, Italy|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 1 Jan 2018|
- Latium Vetus
- gender studies
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The Orientalizing cultures in the Mediterranean 8th-6th cent. BC. Origins, cultural contacts and local developments
Francesca Fulminante (Invited speaker), Christopher Smith (Organiser), Alessandro Naso (Organiser), Stephane Bourdin (Organiser) & Ortwin Dally (Organiser)21 Jan 2017
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