Aria di famiglia Identità e società nel Veneto preromano

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Author: Fiorenza Bortolami
Year of printing: 2024
ISBN: 9788899547769

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How did the social structure of the ancient Venetians change during the Iron Age? This volume examines the shape of family groups through an in-depth analysis of funerary documentation from four sites: Padua, Este, Altino and Oderzo. It highlights the development over the centuries and highlights the differences between the different sectors of the region. The research is articulated through the examination of selected mounds and burial nuclei, characterized by a notable continuity of use over time and composed of subjects of different gender and age. These characteristics suggest interpersonal bonds that, in life, involved people, emphasized by peculiar practices such as multiple depositions and the reopening of tombs for the reunion of the deceased. The stratigraphic and planimetric analysis of the burials, together with the similarities in the grave goods and the osteological data, reveal the adoption of funerary customs shared within the same families. These elements constitute the key to understanding the hereditary and emotional relationships between individuals, helping to reconstruct the structure of kinship groups and to outline the evolution of the Venetian communities in the 1st millennium BC

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Weight :1,200 kg
Dimensions:29,7x21x1,8 cm
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Number and series

73, Documents of Archeology

Place of printing

Mantova

Year of printing

Typology

Book

Pages

248

Illustrations

illustrations in black and white and color

Binding

paperback

Language

Italian taste

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