Accordia Lecture: The Etruscan necropolises of Caere (Cerveteri, Rome), 7th to 1st centuries BC: new perspectives
Start: May 02, 2017 05:30 PM
Location: Archaeology Lecture Theatre G6, UCL Institute of Archaeology
The lecture is entitled The Etruscan necropolises of Caere (Cerveteri, Rome), 7th to 1st centuries BC: new perspectives and all are welcome.
This event is a joint lecture with the Institute of Archaeology. Any enquiries about the Accordia Lectures on Italy 2016-17 series may be directed to email@example.com.
Programme | Accordia Lectures on Italy 2016-17
- 18 October 2016: The past for the people: presenting the archaeology of Italy to the general public (Lucy Shipley)
- 8 November 2016: Mater Matuta and related gods: exploring fertility cults and votive offerings in early Roman Italy (Maureen Carroll)
- 6 December 2016: Sicily in transition: a new archaeological study of the island in the 6th to 13th centuries AD (Martin Carver & Alessandra Molinari)
- 24 January 2017: Landscape as political negotiation, 6000 BC–AD 2016: a longue durée history of Southern Calabria (John Robb)
- 14 February 2017: Fortifying the Adriatic: the castle and walls of Lecce (Paul Arthur)
- 14 March 2017: Toward a social landscape of the house: a comparison between southern Etruria and coastal Campania in the Early Iron Age (Beatriz Marin-Aguilera)
- 2 May 2017: The Etruscan necropolises of Caere (Cerveteri, Rome), 7th to 1st centuries BC: new perspectives (Maria Raffaella Ciuccarelli)