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Designating Place

Archaeological Perspectives on Built Environments in Ostia and Pompeii

Distributed for Leiden University Press

Designating Place

Archaeological Perspectives on Built Environments in Ostia and Pompeii

A collection of diverse archaeological approaches to Roman cities.
 
Designating Place showcases the diverse ways archaeologists approach ancient urban spaces—including geophysical, spatial, iconographic, and epigraphic analyses. Drawing on techniques as wide-ranging as Space Syntax, shallow seismic reflection surveys, linguistic landscape studies, and collective memory studies, this international team of scholars presents the latest insights from cutting-edge research into urban societies near Rome and Pompeii.

244 pages | illustrated in color throughout | 8 1/4 x 10 1/4

Archaeological Studies Leiden University

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