Felsina, Vetulonia, Veio: un triangolo culturale tra il Villanoviano Recente e il Primo Orientalizzante New

Felsina, Vetulonia, Veio: un triangolo culturale tra il Villanoviano Recente e il Primo Orientalizzante

Articolo in RIVISTA DI ARCHEOLOGIA 41-2017

Giovannangelo Camporeale

2018, pp. 5-13, Tav. I, Formato PDF

10.26406/RDA41-001

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Abstract

The last Villanovian and the early Orientalizing periods, corresponding in absolute chronology to the second half of the 8th and the first decades of the 7th century B.C., produced a great change in the economic and social structures among the communities of pre-Roman central Italy. This change reached its apex in the following period, named Orientalizing. By that time, some Etruscan towns took great advantage of their natural sources. As for instance, Vetulonia focused its economy on the exploitation of mines, while Felsina on agriculture and Veii on salt-works. In spite of these differences, the above mentioned towns were joined by similar specific characters concerning the upper classes. For example, the boot-vases of impasto, some artefacts of amber, a class of bronze tripods decorated with horses, simple decorative elements.

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