By Alison E. Cooley
A Companion to Roman Italy investigates the influence of Rome in all its forms—political, cultural, social, and economic—upon Italy’s a number of areas, in addition to the level to which unification happened as Rome turned the capital of Italy.
- The assortment offers new archaeological info on the subject of the websites of Roman Italy
- Contributions speak about new theories of the way to appreciate cultural swap within the Italian peninsula
- Combines precise case-studies of specific websites with wider-ranging thematic chapters
- Leading individuals not just make available the latest paintings on Roman Italy, but additionally provide clean perception on lengthy status debates
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These economic activities coupled with traces of overseas expansion at such sites as Alalia on Corsica, are evidence that Italic communities, especially the Etruscans, were a maritime power already in the sixth century bc (Riva, 2010b: 214–16; Cristofani, 1996; Izzet, 2007). In order to maintain a successful trading environment among the competitors and keep it free from pirates, many of whom were Etruscan, it was necessary to establish cooperative modes of understanding with other powerful polities that had shared interests (Bederman, 2001).
A companion to Roman Italy by Alison E. Cooley