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  1. The Architecture of the Monastic Library in Italy 1300-1600 (Monographs on archaeology and fine arts) by James F. O'Gorman, 1972-11-01
  2. The Early Mediterranean Village: Agency, Material Culture, and Social Change in Neolithic italy (Cambridge Studies in Archaeology) by John Robb, 2007-07-23
  3. The Mute Stones Speak: The Story of Archaeology in Italy (Second Edition) by Paul MacKendrick, 1983-11-17
  4. Ancient Rome: The Archaeology of the Eternal City (Monograph, 54)
  5. The Iron Age Community of Osteria dell'Osa: A Study of Socio-political Development in Central Tyrrhenian Italy (New Studies in Archaeology) by Anna Maria Bietti Sestieri, 2008-12-11
  6. Constructing Messapian Landscapes: Settlement Dynamics, Social Organization & Culture Contact in the Margins of Graecoroman Italy (Dutch monographs on ancient history and archaeology) by G. J. Burgers, 1998-04-01
  7. Lanscape and Society: Prehistoric Central Italy (Studies in Archaeology) by Author Unknown, 1981-02-11
  8. The Mute Stones Speak: Story of Archaeology in Italy by Paul MacKendrick, 1983-12-07
  9. South Asian Archaeology 2007: Proceedings of the 19th Meeting of the European Association of South Asian Archaeology in Ravenna, Italy, July 2007: Historic ... Archaeological Reports International Series)
  10. From Constantine to Charlemagne: An Archaeology of Italy, Ad 300–800
  11. Production and Consumption of Animals in Roman Italy: Integrating the Zooarchaeological and Textual Evidence (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series, No. 54) by Michael Mackinnon, 2004-04-30
  12. Archaeology and Landscape in Central Italy: Papers in memory of John A Lloyd (OUSA Monograph)
  13. Guide to the Etruscan and Roman Worlds at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology by Donald White, Ann Blair Brownlee, et all 2002-11-07
  14. Twilight in Italy by D. H. Lawrence, 2010-03-07

1. In Photos: 'Italy Archaeology - House Of Augustus On The Palatine Hill' - Monste
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Visitors view a room of the house of Augustus (Casa di Augusto) on the Palatine Hill in Rome, Italy, 10 March 2008. The doors to the restored frescoed rooms in the residence of Augustus were opened for the general public today 10 March. Italian Cultural Minister Francesco Rutelli inaugurated yesterday 09 March the house of the great-nephew and adopted son of Julius Caesar, Augustus (63 BC - 14 AD) who took the name Augustus on becoming emperor of the Roman Empire. EPA/ISABELLA BONOTTO
Visitors view a room of the house of Augustus (Casa di Augusto) on the Palatine Hill in Rome, Italy, 10 March 2008. The doors to the restored frescoed rooms in the residence of Augustus were opened for the general public today 10 March. Italian Cultural Minister Francesco Rutelli inaugurated yesterday 09 March the house of the great-nephew and adopted son of Julius Caesar, Augustus (63 BC - 14 AD) who took the name Augustus on becoming emperor of the Roman Empire. EPA/ISABELLA BONOTTO
Italian Cultural Minister Francesco Rutelli gestures as he views a room of the house of Augustus (Casa di Augusto) on the Palatine Hill in Rome, Italy, 09 March 2008. The doors to the restored frescoed rooms in the residence of Augustus will be opened for the general public on 10 March 2008. Rutelli inaugurated today 09 March the house of the great-nephew and adopted son of Julius Caesar, Augustus (63 BC - 14 AD) who took the name Augustus on becoming emperor of the Roman Empire. EPA/ISABELLA BONOTTO

2. Italy Archaeology Tours - Travelers Digest
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3. Italy Archaeology Travel And Archaeology Tours In Italy
Italy Archaeology Travel and Archaeology Tours in Italy. Travel to Italy, Europe for tours focused on Archaeology. GeoPassage Specialty Travel offers many exciting attractions and
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5. Bibliography Of Italian Art And Culture: Archaeology
Libraries Home. Special Collections Home. Library Catalog. Databases. Forms. Help. Services. Branches. Libraries A to Z. Hays, Maureen A. 1992. A functional analysis of the lithic
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University Links About the University Academic Programs Administration Libraries Research Support UT The University System A-Z Index WebMail Dept. Directory Select type of search Library Site Search People Search Campus Search System Search Libraries Home Special Collections Home Library Catalog Databases ... Libraries A to Z Hays, Maureen A. 1992. A functional analysis of the lithic material from Burrone Scierra I (Calabria, Italy). Knoxville: University of Tennessee.
[Illustrations and maps. Bibliography: leaves 109-120.]
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6. Italian Archaeological Sites
Archaeological sites, ongoing excavations, regional surveys and other pages dedicated to the material culture of Italy.
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    Casa Nocera, Italy
    Etruscan warrior's burial, excavated in the laboratory, an article in Archaeology Online.
    Castel del Monte
    The Italian World Heritage site Castel del Monte is a medieval period castle, built by Frederick II between AD 1229 and 1249, located in the Bari provincial area of Italy.
    Firenze Romana, Italy
    TheA brief description with a couple of maps of the Roman occupation of Florence, from View Points, in English and Italian.
    Iceman (Italy)
    The Ice Man (also called Similaun Man or Oetzi) was found in the Alps on the border between Italy and Austria in 1991.
    Iulia Felix (Italy)
    The Iulia Felix (also spelled Julia Felix) is the name of a Roman ship wrecked in the Adriatic Sea six miles off the coast of the town Grado during the last part of the 2nd century or first half of the 3rd century AD.

    7. Southern Methodist University
    Southern Methodist University has three programs in Italy; all are summer programs. SMU in Italy Archaeology Project web site www.smu.edu/poggio
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    Member Institution: Southern Methodist University Address: Corso del Popolo, 44
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    Description: Southern Methodist University has three programs in Italy; all are summer programs. SMU in Italy: Archaeology
    Project web site: www.smu.edu/poggio
    An archaeological field school has been an important component of the international research project and excavations at Poggio Colla since their inception in 1995. This site, an important settlement that spans most of Etruscan history (7th-2nd centuries BC), is located in the Mugello, about twenty miles north-east of Florence. The project is sponsored by Southern Methodist University, Franklin and Marshall College, and the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology. SMU in Italy: Arts and Culture
    Program web site: www.smu.edu/abroad
    Students study drawing, the history of art, and European theatre.
    From Rome, the group will move to Orvieto, a medieval hill-town in Umbria, about seventy miles north of Rome. Excursions by train and bus are spectacular ruins of the ancient Roman harbor city of Ostia Antica, to the splendidly preserved late medieval city of Siena and the thrilling early Renaissance city of Florence, both in Tuscany, and to a broad range of important monuments in the magnificent city of Rome. In addition, there will be an optional weekend trip to Venice (Venice trip not included in program cost).
    SMU-in-Italy is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors in good standing from SMU or any other accredited college or university. Knowledge of the Italian language is not required; however, priority is given to students who are interested in Italian studies.

    8. Lucca, Italy
    Program Summary Dates May 14 June18 2011 Location Italy Cost approximately $2,500 inc luding housing, meals, medical insurance.
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    Italy Archaeology Program Summary: Dates: May 14 - June18 2011 Location: Italy Cost: approximately $2,500 inc Description: Summer 2011 A RCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD SCHOOL, Palazzaccio, (Lucca), Italy This program consists of a four week excavation campaign of an Etruscan settlement and Roman villa near Lucca, Italy. The program welcomes students from all disciplines and may be of particular interest to students of Anthropology, Archaeology, Art History, Classics, Computer Science, Fine Arts and History. The field school centers on the excavation of an ancient Roman farmhouse called Palazzaccio, one of more than 100 ancient Roman farms identified in the plain of Lucca (Tuscany) and often referred to collectively as the rural Pompeii. The historical and archaeological significance of these ancient farms is of such importance that the entire plain of Lucca has been officially designated a protected archaeological zone. Through our field school, UNCA is now a collaborative partner in Forum UNESCOs international effort to excavate and preserve these farms. Students will receive an intensive introduction to all aspects of field excavation techniques, from methods of discovery and recovery to documentation, the creation of site plans and interpretation of stratigraphy. In addition to work in the field, students will process excavated material in a laboratory and also be trained in the fundamental techniques of artifact recording and illustration. The program will also incorporate visits to local museums and lectures by Etruscan and Roman archaeologists.

    9. Science At The Archeology/Art Interface
    3 rd Science and Art Symposium at Pratt Institute Science at the Archeology/Art Interface April 20 and 21 st, 2009 Program Monday April 20 th, 2009 Handheld XRay Fluorescence, Mobile
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    Paolo Ciuchini Archaeological Jobs in Italy ‎'Archaeology and the Global Economic Crisis' and 'When the Celtic Tiger Roared'
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    19. Archaeology Museums In Italy - Best Italian Archaeological Museums To Visit
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    Got a favorite cultural epoch? Look in Italy's Top Archaeological Museums
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    Il Museo Archeologico Nazionale - National Archaeological Museum of Naples
    Given its location in Campania ( map ), close to Pompeii and Herculanium, you'd expect the

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