It contains eight contributions on archeology themes relating to the classical and post-classical period in settlements in the Tuscan area. In particular, in this issue, for the Grosseto area, the excavations in the church of San Mamiliano in Sovana are published; studies on new data on Portus Pisanus regarding ceramics, a contribution on common vases (III century BC-III AD) and the first data on the late antique necropolis of via Marche in Pisa are dedicated from the Pisan and Livorno area. One contribution concerns the faunal remains from the Roman site Pantani-Le Gore (Torrita di Siena). Three articles are dedicated to the area of Baratti-Populonia and the archipelago: the first, analyzes a lead ingot from Baratti, outlining a picture of the lead trade from the northern provinces to the Mediterranean in the early imperial age; a second contribution publishes a study on a funerary stele of Populonia and a third on the cave of S. Mamiliano on the island of Montecritsto. The section dedicated to reviews completes the volume.
Each contribution has a summary in English or French