No country for rich men? Exploring urbanisation and non-elite societies in the Iron Age Po Valley
10 May 2022, 5:30 pm–6:30 pm
Lorenzo Zamboni (University of Milan) will give the final Accordia Lecture of the 2021-22 series on 10 May.
This event is free.
Prof Ruth Whitehouse
Room 209UCL Institute of Archaeology31-34 Gordon SquareLondonWC1H 0PY
The lecture, which will now be given in-person at the UCL Institute of Archaeology, is entitled No country for rich men? Exploring urbanisation and non-elite societies in the Iron Age Po Valley and all are welcome.
The Accordia lecture series is jointly sponsored by the Institute of Classical Studies (Institute of Advanced Study, University of London) and the UCL Institute of Archaeology.
For any enquiries about the Accordia Lectures on Italy 2021-22 series, and to obtain relevant Zoom links, please contact Prof Ruth Whitehouse (email@example.com).
Programme | Accordia Lectures on Italy 2021-22
- 19 October 2021: Funerary networks in central Italy c.1000–31 BC - Ulla Rajala, University of Stockholm
- 16 November 2021: Megalithic monuments in Salento, Apulia, southeast Italy - Claudio Giardino, University of the Salento
- 7 December 2021: Early Rome within the Archaic Mediterranean: mobility and identity - Guy Bradley, Cardiff University
- 25 January 2022: Activities, spaces and social organisation at the Bronze Age fortified settlement of Coppa Nevigata, southern Italy - Giulia Recchia, Sapienza University of Rome
- 22 February 2022: The Iron Age and Archaic settlement of Crustumerium on the Tiber: results of the 2006–2018 seasons - Peter Attema, University of Groningen
- 15 March 2022: Northern Adriatic coastal landscapes: Bronze Age Aquileia and its role in the making of Adriatic connectivity - Elisabetta Borgna, University of Udine
- 29 March 2022: The politics of community destruction: Poggio Civitate and the crisis of the Archaic period in central Italy - Anthony Tuck, University of Massachusetts Amherst
- 10 May 2022: No country for rich men? Exploring urbanisation and non-elite societies in the Iron Age Po Valley - Lorenzo Zamboni, University of Milan