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This paper investigates ways in which communities may be identified in the people who lived in the Albegna valley between the 8th and the 3rd centuries BC. The concept of community is considered in this context. Various forms of community are then identified using the distribution of settlements, population, burial patterns, material culture and evidence for religious practices.
||Etruscan; Etruria; Archaeology; community, material culture; Albegna Valley; field survey
||Arts > Classical Studies
||27 Sep 2007
||02 Dec 2010 20:04
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