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Monumentality in Etruscan and early Roman architecture : ideology and innovation
edited by Michael L. Thomas and Gretchen E. Meyers.
Table of Contents
Introduction: the experience of monumentality in Etruscan and early Roman architecture / Gretchen E. Meyers -- Straw to stone, huts to houses: transitions in building practices and society in protohistoric Latium / Elizabeth Colantoni -- The performance of death: monumentality, burial practice, and community identity in central Italy's urbanizing period / Anthony Tuck -- Monumentalization of the Etruscan round moulding in sixth-century BCE central Italy / Nancy A. Winter -- Monumental embodiment: somatic symbolism and the Tuscan temple / P. Gregory Warden -- The Capitoline temple and the effects of monumentality on Roman temple design / John N. Hopkins -- On the introduction of stone entablatures in republican temples in Rome / Penelope J. E. Davies -- Afterword. Reflections / Ingrid E. M. Edlund-Berry.