New perspectives from old data: a century of archaeology and museum history of Villanovan Tarquinia
5:30 pm to 6:30 pm, 21 May 2019
Judith Toms (University of Oxford) will give the final Accordia Lecture of the 2018-19 series at the UCL Institute of Archaeology on 21 May.
This event is free.
Ruth Whitehouse – Institute of Archaeology
Room 612Institute of Archaeology31-34 Gordon SquareLondonWC1H 0PYUnited Kingdom
The lecture is entitled New perspectives from old data: a century of archaeology and museum history of Villanovan Tarquinia and all are welcome.
This event is a joint lecture with the Institute of Archaeology. Any enquiries about the Accordia Lectures on Italy 2018-19 series may be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Programme | Accordia Lectures on Italy 2018-19
- 23 October 2018: Interdisciplinary approaches to prehistoric Malta: discoveries from the FRAGSUS project (Caroline Malone)
- 20 November 2018: Urban dressing: textile clothing in Italy 1000-500 BC (Susannah Harris)
- 11 December 2018: Votive deposition in water in the north Italian Bronze Age? The wooden basin at Noceto (Parma) (Maria Bernabò Brea)
- 15 January 2019: Graffiti at Monte Sant'Angelo sul Gargano (Puglia): meaning, identity and belonging in the early Middle Ages (Helen Foxhall Forbes)
- 19 February 2019: Buried spaces and painted dimensions in the tombs of Etruscan Tarquinia (Matilde Marzullo)
- 12 March 2019: Moving bodies and making place: rethinking pilgrimage in early Roman Latium (Emma-Jayne Graham)
- 7 May 2019: Female ritual protagonists of Archaic Daunia (southeast Italy) (Camilla Norman)
- 21 May 2019: New perspectives from old data: a century of archaeology and museum history of Villanovan Tarquinia (Judith Toms)