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Villa Landscapes in the Roman North: Economy, Culture and Lifestyles (Amsterdam Archaeological Studies) download ebook

by Nico Roymans

Villa Landscapes in the Roman North: Economy, Culture and Lifestyles (Amsterdam Archaeological Studies) download ebook
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9089643486
ISBN13:
978-9089643483
Author:
Nico Roymans
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Amsterdam University Press (December 29, 2011)
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344 pages
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T3 - Amsterdam Archaeological Studies. Economy, culture and lifestyles. PB - Amsterdam University Press. ER -. Roymans NGAM, (e. , Derks AMJ, (e. Villa landscapes in the Roman North.

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Nico Roymans and Ton Derks. Studying Roman villa landscapes in the 21st century. A multi-dimensional approach. Nico Roymans and Ton Derks.

Amsterdam Archaeological Studies 17. Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, 2011. Published by The Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies. Recommend this journal. Pp. x + 332, illus (mostly colour).

Amsterdam Archaeological Studies is a series devoted to the study of past human societies from the prehistory up into modern times, primarily based on the study of archaeological remains. The series will include excavation reports of modern fieldwork; studies of categories of material culture; and synthesising studies with broader images of past societies, thereby contributing to the theoretical and methodological debates in archaeology.

Nico Roymans of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam (VU) Read 37 publications .

Nico Roymans of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam (VU) Read 37 publications Contact Nico Roymans. Indications for rural slavery in the northern provinces.

Amsterdam Archaeological Studies is a series devoted to the study of past human societies from the prehistory up into . Ton Derks, Nico Roymans.

Roman North - contents - preface - Studying Roman villa landscapes in the 21st century

a Intro - Villa Landscapes in the Roman North - contents - preface - Studying Roman villa landscapes in the 21st century. The epigraphy of the rulingelite - Ethnic recruitment, returning veterans and the diffusion of Roman culture among rural populations in the Rhineland frontier zone - Indications for rural slavery in the northern provinces - The idea of the villa.

Villa Landscape in the Roman north. Economy, Culture and Lifstyles. Amsterdam Archaeological Studies: Vol. 17 (pp. 275-283). Amsterdam University Press. Interest & Impact. 0 since deposited on 04 Oct 2013 0 in the past 12 months. 5 Citations in Web of Science ® 6 Citations in Scopus.

Amsterdam University Press. It offers an original, multi-dimensional perspective on the social, economic and cultural functioning of villas within the context of the Roman empire. Themes discussed include the economic basis of villa dominated landscapes, rural slavery, town-country dynamics, the role of monumental burials in villa landscapes, and self-representation and lifestyle of villa owners.

This edited volume presents a synthesis of recent research on villas and villa landscapes in the northern provinces of the Roman world. It offers an original, multi-dimensional perspective on the social, economic and cultural functioning of villas within the context of the Roman empire. Themes discussed include the economic basis of villa dominated landscapes, rural slavery, town-country dynamics, the role of monumental burials in villa landscapes, and self-representation and lifestyle of villa owners. This study offers a major contribution to the comparative research of villa landscapes and the phenomenon of regionality in Roman rural landscapes. Amsterdam Archaeological Studies is a series devoted to the study of past human societies from the prehistory up into modern times, primarily based on the study of archaeological remains. The series will include excavation reports of modern fieldwork; studies of categories of material culture; and synthesising studies with broader images of past societies, thereby contributing to the theoretical and methodological debates in archaeology.