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- Developments in Italian archaeology
- The late Bronze Age: indigenous cultures and the Mycenaeans
- The early Iron Age: the Villanovan phase
- Early Rome
- Pithecusae - an early Greek settlement
- Phoenicians in the West
- Etruscan civilisation: an overview
- Etruscan Caere and Tarquinia
- Greek colonisation in the west: an overview
- Greek Metapontion and Poseidonia
- Pompeii's foundation and early development; Roman Pompeii
- Pompeii's ecology and economy
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Online assignment submission
- Podcasting/Lecture capture
- Standard Media
- Resources and Links
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This unit was previously known as HST340 Prehistory to Pompeii: Archaeology in Ancient Italy.
This unit examines Italian archaeology from the Late Bronze Age until the early Imperial period. Topics selected for particular attention include the Villanovan phase; early Rome; the Etruscan civilisation; the early Greek settlements in Italy; the interactions of Etruscans, Greeks and Phoenicians; the impact of Greek and Roman culture on the indigenous peoples of the Italian peninsula, and the archaeology of Pompeii from prehistoric times until its burial in AD79.
- Artifact Study (20%)
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