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Inspecting the transformation of Roman settlements in the Upper Potenza valley (Marche region) across Late Antiquity and into the early Medieval era

Francesca Carboni UGent (2015) CAPITALE CULTURALE-STUDIES ON THE VALUE OF CULTURAL HERITAGE. 12. p.45-66
abstract
The following analysis shows the changes occurred in the settlement patterns in the upper Potenza river valley (MC, Marche region) during the transition period between Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages. This analysis is mainly based on the results of a geo archaeological project, which has been carried out by a team from Ghent University since 2000. The review of the pottery collected during the field survey has allowed for a better defined chronology of the last phase of occupation of the rural sites identified in the sample zone, located within an intermediate basin between the Umbria-Marche Apennines and a lateral dorsal ridge, in areas dominated by the hilltops of Monte Primo and Monte Castel Santa Maria. For some of these sites, it is now possible to ascertain a continuity of life up to the end of the seventh century and further into the Middle Ages.
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organization
year
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journalArticle (review)
publication status
published
subject
keyword
rural sites, Potenza Valley, continuity of occupation, 7th-9th centuries, pottery markers
journal title
CAPITALE CULTURALE-STUDIES ON THE VALUE OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
Il Capitale Culturale
editor
Umberto Moscatelli and Anna Stagno
volume
12
issue title
Archeologia delle aree montane europee: metodi, problemi e casi di studio. Archaeology of Europe’s mountain aireas: methods, problems and case studies.
pages
45 - 66
publisher
Università degli Studi di Macerata
place of publication
Macerata, Italy
ISSN
2039-2362
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A2
copyright statement
I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
VABB id
c:vabb:419501
VABB type
VABB-1
id
8049961
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8049961
date created
2016-08-17 11:30:02
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2017-01-02 09:53:48
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  abstract     = {The following analysis shows the changes occurred in the settlement patterns in the upper Potenza river valley (MC, Marche region) during the transition period between Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages. This analysis is mainly based on the results of a geo archaeological project, which has been carried out by a team from Ghent University since
2000.
The review of the pottery collected during the field survey has allowed for a better defined chronology of the last phase of occupation of the rural sites identified in the sample zone, located within an intermediate basin between the Umbria-Marche Apennines and a lateral dorsal ridge, in areas dominated by the hilltops of Monte Primo and Monte Castel Santa Maria. For some of these sites, it is now possible to ascertain a continuity of life up to the end of the seventh century and further into the Middle Ages.},
  author       = {Carboni, Francesca},
  editor       = {Moscatelli, Umberto and Stagno, Anna },
  issn         = {2039-2362},
  journal      = {CAPITALE CULTURALE-STUDIES ON THE VALUE OF CULTURAL HERITAGE},
  keyword      = {rural sites,Potenza Valley,continuity of occupation,7th-9th centuries,pottery markers},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {45--66},
  publisher    = {Universit{\`a} degli Studi di Macerata},
  title        = {Inspecting the transformation of Roman settlements in the Upper Potenza valley (Marche region) across Late Antiquity and into the early Medieval era},
  volume       = {12},
  year         = {2015},
}

Chicago
Carboni, Francesca. 2015. “Inspecting the Transformation of Roman Settlements in the Upper Potenza Valley (Marche Region) Across Late Antiquity and into the Early Medieval Era.” Ed. Umberto Moscatelli and Anna Stagno. Capitale Culturale-studies on the Value of Cultural Heritage 12: 45–66.
APA
Carboni, F. (2015). Inspecting the transformation of Roman settlements in the Upper Potenza valley (Marche region) across Late Antiquity and into the early Medieval era. (U. Moscatelli & A. Stagno, Eds.)CAPITALE CULTURALE-STUDIES ON THE VALUE OF CULTURAL HERITAGE, 12, 45–66.
Vancouver
1.
Carboni F. Inspecting the transformation of Roman settlements in the Upper Potenza valley (Marche region) across Late Antiquity and into the early Medieval era. Moscatelli U, Stagno A, editors. CAPITALE CULTURALE-STUDIES ON THE VALUE OF CULTURAL HERITAGE. Macerata, Italy: Università degli Studi di Macerata; 2015;12:45–66.
MLA
Carboni, Francesca. “Inspecting the Transformation of Roman Settlements in the Upper Potenza Valley (Marche Region) Across Late Antiquity and into the Early Medieval Era.” Ed. Umberto Moscatelli & Anna Stagno. CAPITALE CULTURALE-STUDIES ON THE VALUE OF CULTURAL HERITAGE 12 (2015): 45–66. Print.