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Arthur Paul An Archaeological Survey of the Roman Town. Oxford: Oxbow Books for the British School at Rome, Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome, no. 10, 1995.

Naples, from Roman Town to City-State: An Archaeological Perspective. Londres, The British School at Rome/Università degli Studi di Lecce, Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome-12 , 2002, 197 p. - Volume 58 Issue 5 - Étienne Hubert. An Archaeological Survey of the Roman Town September 2014 · The Antiquaries Journal. Volume 78 - Rob Witcher.

London: British School at Rome, 2002. oceedings{Laurence2004PAN, title {P. Arthur, Naples from Roman Town to City-State: an Archaeological Perspective (Archaeological monographs of the British School at Rome 12). London: British School at Rome, 2002. Étienne Hubert.

Recensione a P. ARTHUR, Naples, from Roman town to city-state: An archaeological perspective, British School at Rome, London 2002, in Quaderni Medievali, 58 (2004), pp. 313-318.

In this book Paul Arthur provides an important new synthesis of the archaeology and history of the Italian city of Naples, from the . Paperback, 214 pages. Published December 1st 2002 by British School at Rome (first published August 1st 2002).

In this book Paul Arthur provides an important new synthesis of the archaeology and history of the Italian city of Naples, from the late Roman to the early Medieval period.

Paperback, British School at Rome, 2002, ISBN13 . Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome.

Paperback, British School at Rome, 2002, ISBN13 9780904152388, ISBN10 0904152383. Tell us if something is incorrect. In this book Paul Arthur provides an important new synthesis of the archaeology and history of the Italian city of Naples, from the late Roman to the early Medieval period. British School at Rome. ENG. Number of Pages.

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Paul Arthur (2002), Naples, from Roman Town to City-state: An Archaeological Perspective (London: British School at Rome), p. 167. ^ Catherine Heygate (2013), "Marriage Strategies among the Normans of Southern Italy in the Eleventh Century", Norman Expansion.

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Published by the British School at Rome, London in association with the Dipartimento di Beni Culturali, Università degli Studi di Lecce, (c)2002.

The Dukes of Naples were the military commanders of the ducatus Neapolitanus, a Byzantine . The late chronology is taken from Paul Arthur, Naples, from Roman Town to City-state: An Archaeological Perspective (London: British School at Rome, 2002), p. Sources.

The Dukes of Naples were the military commanders of the ducatus Neapolitanus, a Byzantine outpost in Italy, one of the few remaining after the conquest of the Lombards. Naples in the Dark Ages by David Taylor and Jeff Matthews.

In this book Paul Arthur provides an important new synthesis of the archaeology and history of the Italian city of Naples, from the late Roman to the early Medieval period. Arthur considers the standard criteria for the definition of the Roman and the Medieval 'town' in order to demonstrate how Naples maintained the characteristics of an urban settlement through the so-called Dark Ages, and how this put it in a position to participate in the regeneration of Mediterranean trade at the beginning of the Medieval period. He looks at the evidence for public and private contributions to the changing physical environment of Naples, including the harbour facilities, defences, street plans, public buildings, the water supply, private houses and gardens, and cemeteries. He considers the role of the Christian Church in the ongoing development of the city, looking at the organization and layout of churches, monasteries and convents, and their relationship to earlier pagan buildings. He examines evidence for rural settlement, agricultural activity and urban manufacturing in the low years of the post-Roman period, and Naples' strategic position vis-à-vis important maritime trade routes at the beginning of the Medieval period (and as a major stopover point for pilgrims to and from the holy land). Arthur argues that geographical conditions and traditional links with the Near East guaranteed Naples a crucial level of cultural development through the 2nd half of the 1st millennium AD and facilitated the rise of Naples to the position of a major Mediterranean power, a position that it was to retain up until the unification of Italy.
Naples, from Roman Town to City-State: An Archaeological Perspective (Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome) download epub
Ancient Civilizations
Author: Paul Arthur
ISBN: 0904152383
Category: History
Subcategory: Ancient Civilizations
Language: English
Publisher: British School at Rome (December 1, 2002)
Pages: 214 pages