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Early Italy

At present, several of our research areas converge on the archaeology of Early Italy, where we investigate landscape, religions, material, visual and other sensory aspects of Etruscan, Picene, and Roman cultures in the first millennium BCE.

Research projects:

Selected recent publications:

Ricerca e scavi a Albagino (2017-2019) (2020-12)
Perkins, Phil; Nocentini, Alessandro and Warden, P. Gregory
In: Arbeid, Barbara and Pessina, Andrea eds. Tutela & Restauro 2016 . 2019. Notiziario della Soprintendenza archeologia belle arti e paesaggio per la città metropolitana di Firenze e le province di Pistoia e Prato (pp. 414-416)
ISBN : 978-88-9285-024-8 | Publisher : All'Insegna del Giglio | Published : Sesto Fiorentino

The Etruscan pithos revolution (2020)
Perkins, Phil
In: Gleba, Margarita ed. Making Cities. McDonald Institute Conversations ((In press))
ISBN : 9781913344061 | Publisher : McDonald Institute | Published : Cambridge


Dr Eleanor Betts
Dr Emma-Jayne Graham
Dr Jessica Hughes
Professor Phil Perkins

Current and recent research students:

Mirjam von Bechtholsheim, Ritual and Identity: British Collections of Bronze Figurines from First-Millennium-BC pre-Roman Italy

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