Microstorie di romanizzazione : le iscrizioni del sepolcreto rurale di Cerrione /

Edition and commentary of 60 funerary inscriptions found at the site of Cerrione in the province of Biella (northeastern Piedmont, Italy), in the territory once belonging to the Roman colony of Eporedia. Seven inscriptions were found written in the so-called Lepontic dialect; 53 in the Latin alphabe...

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Author / Creator:Cresci Marrone, G. (Giovannella), author.
Imprint:Venezia : Ca' Foscari : Cafoscarina, 2013.
Description:239 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), maps, plans ; 28 cm.
Language:Italian
Series:Antichistica ; 1. Storia ed epigrafia ; 1
Antichistica ; 1.
Antichistica. Storia ed epigrafia ; 1.
Subject:Inscriptions, Latin -- Italy -- Cerrione -- Catalogs.
Tombs -- Italy -- Cerrione -- Catalogs.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Italy -- Cerrione -- Catalogs.
Gräberfeld
Inschrift
Latein
Antiquities.
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions, Latin.
Tombs.
Cerrione (Italy) -- Antiquities -- Catalogs.
Cerrione
Catalogs.
Format: E-Resource Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/10097117
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Varying Form of Title:Iscrizioni del sepolcreto rurale di Cerrione
Other authors / contributors:Solinas, Patrizia, author.
ISBN:9788875433697
8875433690
9788897735274
Notes:Cerrione, near Biella (Piedmont).
Prima edizione marzo 2013.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 228-238).
Text in Italian with abstract in English.
Summary:Edition and commentary of 60 funerary inscriptions found at the site of Cerrione in the province of Biella (northeastern Piedmont, Italy), in the territory once belonging to the Roman colony of Eporedia. Seven inscriptions were found written in the so-called Lepontic dialect; 53 in the Latin alphabet. Not only does this work offer a socio-cultural investigation of the individuals who lived in this settlement and made use of its cemetery, but, reconstructing a number of micro-histories, it also contributes to understanding the dynamics of the contacts between the indigenous Celtic element and the exogenous Roman influence.