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The Italic people of ancient Apulia : new evidence from pottery for workshops, markets, and customs, edited by T.H. Carpenter, K.M. Lynch, E.G.D. Robinson, (electronic book)

Label
The Italic people of ancient Apulia : new evidence from pottery for workshops, markets, and customs
Title
The Italic people of ancient Apulia
Title remainder
new evidence from pottery for workshops, markets, and customs
Statement of responsibility
edited by T.H. Carpenter, K.M. Lynch, E.G.D. Robinson
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book makes recent scholarship on the Italic people of fourth-century BC Apulia available to English-speaking audiences
Member of
Cataloging source
AU-PeEL
Dewey number
937.75
Illustrations
coats of arms
LC call number
DG55.A65 I83 2014
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Carpenter, Thomas H
  • Lynch, Kathleen M
  • Robinson, E. G. D
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  • Italic peoples
  • Pottery, Italic
  • Vases, Red-figured
  • Material culture
  • Excavations (Archaeology)
  • Grave goods
  • Human geography
  • Social archaeology
  • ART / History / Ancient & Classical
  • Puglia (Italy)
Label
The Italic people of ancient Apulia : new evidence from pottery for workshops, markets, and customs, edited by T.H. Carpenter, K.M. Lynch, E.G.D. Robinson, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Cover; Half title; Frontispiece; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Illustrations; List of Contributors; Preface; Introduction; I. Time and Place: History and Geography; 1. Pots, Peoples, and Places in Fourth-Century B.C.E. Apulia; Geography, Geology, and Land Use; Ethnography, Anthropology, and Material Culture; Religion; Political Organization: Cities and Territories; Social Organization; Burials; Weapons and Warfare; Attic Imports; The Ethnicity of the Artisans; The End of the Native Apulian Cultures
  • 2. Iapygians: The Indigenous Populations of Ancient Apulia in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries B.C.E.Literary Evidence for the Indigenous Populations of Apulia; Ethnicity and Geography; Myths of Origins; Relations between Apulians and Greeks; Epigraphic Evidence; Messapia; Peucetia and Daunia; Conclusions; Appendix: Greek and Latin Sources; Ethnic Denominations and Territorial Distribution of Indigenous Populations in Apulia; Origins of the Different Populations; Political Organization; Society, Social Figures, and Practices; Presence of Greeks in Indigenous Contexts
  • Political Relations of the Iapygian Peoples with the GreeksII. Pottery Production: Red-Figure Workshops; 3. Production and Functions of Apulian Red-Figure Pottery in Taras: New Contexts and Problems of Interpretation; Taranto and Apulian Red-Figure Pottery; Functions; Overview of Settlement and Sanctuary Contexts; The Chora; Tombs and Grave Goods; Other Contexts in the Necropolis: Pits, Dumps, and Wells; Functions of Pottery in Burial Deposits; Semata and Vessels for the Burial Ceremony; Production Contexts; Via Leonida 52; Via Umbria and Isolated Evidence
  • Perspectives for the Location and Identification of Tarentine Workshops4. Red-Figure Vases from Metaponto: The Evidence from the Necropoleis along the Coast Road; 5. Hands at Work in Magna Graecia: The Amykos Painter and His Workshop; III. Pottery in Context: Italic Sites; 6. Apulian and Lucanian Pottery from Coastal Peucetian Contexts; 7. The Diffusion of Middle and Late Apulian Vases in Peucetian Funerary Contexts: A Comparison of Several Necropoleis; Bitonto; Rutigliano; Conversano
  • 8. Red-Figure Vases in Fourth-Century B.C.E. Canosa: Images, Assemblages, and the Creation of a Social HierarchyThe Archaeological Evidence; The Piccolo Vimini Tomb; Tomb 8/08 in via Piano S. Giovanni; Tomb 1/08 in via Piano S. Giovanni; Conclusions; 9. Apulian Pottery in Messapian Contexts; Funerary Rituals in Messapia; Methodology and Analysis of Finds; Distribution Patterns and Quantitative Analysis of the Findings; Vase Shapes and Distribution; Functions and Shapes of the Vases; Important Sites; Vaste; Egnazia; Rudiae; Conclusions; IV. Pottery Interpreted: Approaches to Pottery Studies
  • 10. "Native" Vase Shapes in South Italian Red-Figure Pottery
Control code
PURCH EBC1823048
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (372 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
There is no limit to the number of simultaneous users but there is a limit of 200 uses (cumulative between all users) in each 12 month period, from the date of purchase. Library staff are alerted when the remaining number of uses is low and will decide whether to buy another copy.Printing is restricted to 20% of the total pages of the ebook, per patron. Copying and pasting is restricted to 5% of the total pages of the ebook, per person. However, printing and copy and paste permissions in excess of this may be granted by some publishers
Isbn
9781316008737
Specific material designation
remote
Label
The Italic people of ancient Apulia : new evidence from pottery for workshops, markets, and customs, edited by T.H. Carpenter, K.M. Lynch, E.G.D. Robinson, (electronic book)
Publication
Contents
  • Cover; Half title; Frontispiece; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Illustrations; List of Contributors; Preface; Introduction; I. Time and Place: History and Geography; 1. Pots, Peoples, and Places in Fourth-Century B.C.E. Apulia; Geography, Geology, and Land Use; Ethnography, Anthropology, and Material Culture; Religion; Political Organization: Cities and Territories; Social Organization; Burials; Weapons and Warfare; Attic Imports; The Ethnicity of the Artisans; The End of the Native Apulian Cultures
  • 2. Iapygians: The Indigenous Populations of Ancient Apulia in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries B.C.E.Literary Evidence for the Indigenous Populations of Apulia; Ethnicity and Geography; Myths of Origins; Relations between Apulians and Greeks; Epigraphic Evidence; Messapia; Peucetia and Daunia; Conclusions; Appendix: Greek and Latin Sources; Ethnic Denominations and Territorial Distribution of Indigenous Populations in Apulia; Origins of the Different Populations; Political Organization; Society, Social Figures, and Practices; Presence of Greeks in Indigenous Contexts
  • Political Relations of the Iapygian Peoples with the GreeksII. Pottery Production: Red-Figure Workshops; 3. Production and Functions of Apulian Red-Figure Pottery in Taras: New Contexts and Problems of Interpretation; Taranto and Apulian Red-Figure Pottery; Functions; Overview of Settlement and Sanctuary Contexts; The Chora; Tombs and Grave Goods; Other Contexts in the Necropolis: Pits, Dumps, and Wells; Functions of Pottery in Burial Deposits; Semata and Vessels for the Burial Ceremony; Production Contexts; Via Leonida 52; Via Umbria and Isolated Evidence
  • Perspectives for the Location and Identification of Tarentine Workshops4. Red-Figure Vases from Metaponto: The Evidence from the Necropoleis along the Coast Road; 5. Hands at Work in Magna Graecia: The Amykos Painter and His Workshop; III. Pottery in Context: Italic Sites; 6. Apulian and Lucanian Pottery from Coastal Peucetian Contexts; 7. The Diffusion of Middle and Late Apulian Vases in Peucetian Funerary Contexts: A Comparison of Several Necropoleis; Bitonto; Rutigliano; Conversano
  • 8. Red-Figure Vases in Fourth-Century B.C.E. Canosa: Images, Assemblages, and the Creation of a Social HierarchyThe Archaeological Evidence; The Piccolo Vimini Tomb; Tomb 8/08 in via Piano S. Giovanni; Tomb 1/08 in via Piano S. Giovanni; Conclusions; 9. Apulian Pottery in Messapian Contexts; Funerary Rituals in Messapia; Methodology and Analysis of Finds; Distribution Patterns and Quantitative Analysis of the Findings; Vase Shapes and Distribution; Functions and Shapes of the Vases; Important Sites; Vaste; Egnazia; Rudiae; Conclusions; IV. Pottery Interpreted: Approaches to Pottery Studies
  • 10. "Native" Vase Shapes in South Italian Red-Figure Pottery
Control code
PURCH EBC1823048
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (372 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
There is no limit to the number of simultaneous users but there is a limit of 200 uses (cumulative between all users) in each 12 month period, from the date of purchase. Library staff are alerted when the remaining number of uses is low and will decide whether to buy another copy.Printing is restricted to 20% of the total pages of the ebook, per patron. Copying and pasting is restricted to 5% of the total pages of the ebook, per person. However, printing and copy and paste permissions in excess of this may be granted by some publishers
Isbn
9781316008737
Specific material designation
remote

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