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dc.contributor.authorSmith, Christopher John
dc.contributor.editorAcconcia, Valeria
dc.contributor.editorPiergrossi, Alessandra
dc.contributor.editorvan Kampen, Iefke
dc.identifier.citationSmith , C J 2022 , Elites, kinship, and community in archaic central Italy . in V Acconcia , A Piergrossi & I van Kampen (eds) , Leggere il passato, costuire il futuro gli etruschi e glia altri popoli del Mediterraneo : scritti in onore di Gilda Bartoloni, volume I . Mediterranea: studi e ricerche sul Mediterraneo antico , vol. 18 , Edizioni Quasar , Rome , pp. 86-93 .en
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dc.description.abstractThis paper reconsiders the notion of “società gentilizia”, brilliantly studied by Bartoloni, and offers some considerations on the role of the elite in urbanization, with special reference to Lazio. We shall argue that the more nuanced versions of aristocratic structures which have been developed recently offer opportunities for sophisticated models of the emergence of urban forms and within that the development of cultic and sacrificial behaviour. This is most evident at large sites like Rome or Veii, but we will consider how we can best develop this model for smaller sites, and integrate it within Ampolo’s notion of the open society operating in the seventh and sixth centuries BCE.
dc.publisherEdizioni Quasar
dc.relation.ispartofLeggere il passato, costuire il futuro gli etruschi e glia altri popoli del Mediterraneoen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesMediterranea: studi e ricerche sul Mediterraneo anticoen
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dc.subjectCC Archaeologyen
dc.subjectDG Italyen
dc.subjectSDG 11 - Sustainable Cities and Communitiesen
dc.titleElites, kinship, and community in archaic central Italyen
dc.typeBook itemen
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dc.contributor.institutionUniversity of St Andrews. School of Classicsen

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