||Introduction: Burial and social change in first-millennium BC Italy : an agent-focused approach / Elisa Perego and Rafael Scopacasa -- Section 1. Funerary symbolism and ritual practice : from élite identities to gender, age, personhood and connectivity -- Theoretical issues in the interpretation of cemeteries and case studies from Etruria to Campania / Mariassunta Cuozzo -- Styles of drinking and the burial rites of early Iron Age middle-Tyrrhenian Italy / Cristiano Iaia -- Potting personhood : biconical urns and the development of individual funerary identity / Lucy Shipley -- Somebody to love : gender and social identity in seventh- and sixth-century BC Chiusi / Eóin O'Donoghue -- Women in a warriors' society / Amalia Faustoferri -- Verucchio : the social status of children : a methodological question concerning funerary symbolism and the use of space within graves / Giorgia Di Lorenzo, Patrizia von Eles, Lisa Manzoli, Claudio Negrini, Paola Poli, and Elena Rodriguez -- Quid in nomine est? What's in a name : re-contextualizing the princely tombs and social change in ancient Campania / Owain Morris -- Nested identities and mental distances : archaic burials in Latium Vetus / Ulla Rajala -- Section 2. Identities on the fringe -- Frontiers of the plain : funerary practice and multiculturalism in sixth-century BC western Emilia / Lorenzo Zamboni -- Falling behind : access to formal burial and faltering élites in Samnium (central Italy) / Rafael Scopacasa -- Youth on fire? : the role of sub-adults and young adults in pre-Roman Italian Brandopferplätze / Vera Zanoni -- Inequality, abuse and increased socio-political complexity in Iron Age Veneto, c. 800-500 BC / Elisa Perego -- Finale -- Shifting perspectives : new agendas for the study of power, social change and the person in late prehistoric and proto-historic Italy / Elisa Perego and Rafael Scopacasa.
|Scope and content
||"This book has its origins in the international workshop Burial and Social Change in Ancient Italy, Ninth-Fifth Century BC : Approaching Social Agents, held at the British School at Rome on 7-8 June 2011. The aim of the workshop was to bring together a range of both early career and more senior scholars working on ancient Italy to discuss new approaches to archaeological mortuary evidence, and construct innovative frameworks for investigating social complexity. Another aim was to gather speakers working on pre-Roman Italy either in Italy itself or in Anglophone countries in order to foster collaborations and dialogue between researchers educated in different scholarly traditions"--Preface.
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