Pasieka , Paul P.

Von Blüten und Krisen

Eine wirtschaftsarchäologische Studie zum kaiserzeitlichen Südetrurien

23.7 x 33.5 cm, 330 p., 28 illustrations color, 33 illustrations b/w, 28 Tafeln, hardback
112,00 €

ISBN: 9783752006643
Table of Contents

Short Description

The book is focused, on the one hand, on a historiographical analysis of the theoretical and methodological modelling of the structure and performance of the Roman economy. On the other hand, a polythetic bundle of economical proxies was devised as a methodological basis for the evaluation of archaeological legacy data for Southern Etruria to gain a more comprehensive picture of the spatial and diachronic development of the regional economy in the imperial era, both quantitatively and qualitatively. The study also contributes to questions of economic integration and specialisation as well as to the modelling of the economic suburbium of the city of Rome.

Series Description

In the series of “Archäologische Forschungen” (Archaeological Studies), monographs on the various areas of research in Classical Archaeology are published, mainly concentrating on studies concerning architecture, urban research, topography and everyday culture of Greece, Asia Minor, and the periphery of the Greek world. The chronological scope ranges from the beginning of periodized history to late antiquity. The following volumes, partly to be published in sub-series, will present the findings of research and excavations in the Hellenistic and Roman towns of Priene, Aizanoi and Pompeii. “Archäologische Forschungen” are edited by the Head Office of the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (German Archaeological Institute) in Berlin.


Altertumswissenschaften (125) || Archaeology (527) || Archaeology by period / region (444) || Etrurien || European history (219) || European history: the Romans (21) || History (835) || Italy (83) || Kaiserzeit (8) || Mediterranean Sea (11) || Oceans & seas (16) || Römische Kaiserzeit (9) || Wirtschaftsarchäologie (3) || classical archaeology (12)