Specialist Studies on Italy

The series Specialist Studies on Italy publishes work on all aspects of early Italy.  It includes a wide range of publication, including excavation and fieldwork reports, monographs, and collections of  seminar and conference papers. We welcome proposals for new additions to this series.  If you have a book proposal you would like us to consider, or would like further information about publishing with Accordia, please contact a member of the Editorial Committee.

For a pricelist and details of how to purchase books in this series, please see our page on How to Order.  

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Ruth Whitehouse (ed.), 2020.

Etruscan Literacy in its Social Context

Specialist Studies on Italy 18

ISBN 978-1-873415-375

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Robert Leighton, 2012.
Prehistoric Houses at Morgantina. Excavations on the Cittadella of Morgantina in Sicily 1989-2004
Specialist Studies on Italy 15 

ISBN 978-1873415368

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Marina Ciaraldi, 2007.
People and plants in ancient Pompeii: a new approach to urbanism from the microscope room. The use of plant resources at Pompeii and in the Pompeian area from the 6th century BC to AD 79
Specialist Studies on Italy 12 

ISBN 978-1873415303

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Ruth D. Whitehouse, John B. Wilkins and Edward Herring, 2000.
Botromagno: excavation and survey in Gravina in Puglia, 1979-1985 
Specialist Studies on Italy 9 

                 ISBN 1873415230

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Tim Cornell and Kathryn Lomas (eds), 1997.
Gender and Ethnicity in ancient Italy
Specialist Studies on Italy 6 

ISBN 1873415141

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Mark Pearce, 2013.

Rethinking the North Italian Early Neolithic

Specialist Studies on Italy 17 

ISBN 978-1873415443

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Mark Pearce, 2007.
Bright Blades & Red Metal. Essays on north Italian prehistoric metalwork
Specialist Studies on Italy 14 

ISBN 978-1873415334

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Marianne Kleibrink, 2006.
Oenotrians near Sybaris: native proto-urban centralised settlement. A preliminary report on the excavation of two timber buildings on the Timpone della Motta, Francavilla Marittima 
Specialist Studies on Italy 11 (produced in association with the University of Groningen) 

ISBN 1873415273

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Edward Herring and Kathryn Lomas (eds), 2000.
The Emergence of state identities in Italy in the first millennium BC
Specialist Studies on Italy 8 

ISBN 1873415222

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Robert Leighton, 1995.
Early societies in Sicily. New developments in archaeological research 
[Out of Print] 
Specialist Studies on Italy 5 

ISBN 1873415133
 

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Helen L. Loney, 2013.
Social Change snd Technology in Prehistoric Italy
Specialist Studies on Italy 16 

ISBN 978-1873415399

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Matthew Fitzjohn (ed.), 2007.
Uplands of Ancient Sicily and Calabria. The archaeology of landscape revisited
Specialist Studies on Italy 13

            ISBN 978-1873415320

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Ross Balzaretti, Mark Pearce & Charles Watkins (eds), 2004.
Ligurian Landscapes: Studies in archaeology, geography and history in memory of Edoardo Grendi  

(Joint publication with the University of Genoa) Specialist Studies on Italy 10 

ISBN 1873415281

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Ruth D. Whitehouse (ed.), 1997.
Gender and Italian Archaeology
Specialist Studies on Italy 7 

ISBN 1873415184

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Robin Skeates and Ruth Whitehouse

(eds), 1994.
Radiocarbon dating and Italian prehistory
Specialist Studies on Italy 3

(Joint publication with the British School at Rome) 

ISBN 1873415117

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G. Schneider-Herrmann

(edited by Edward Herring), 1996
The Samnites of the Fourth Century BC as depicted on Campanian vases and in other sources
Specialist Studies on Italy 2 (Joint publication with the Institute of Classical Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London)
ISBN 0900587644

Ruth D. Whitehouse, 1992.
Underground Religion. Cult and Culture in prehistoric Italy
Specialist Studies on Italy 1 

ISBN 1873415079

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