Etruscan by Definition: Papers in Honour of Sybille Haynes [Paperback]

Judith Swaddling (Editor); Philip Perkins (Editor)

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ISBN: 9780861591732 | Published by: British Museum Press | Series: British Museum Press Occasional Paper | Volume: 173 | Year of Publication: 2009 | Language: English 116p, H297 x W210 (mm) 70 b/w & col illus




Etruscan by Definition

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Twelve papers by leading international scholars on the theme of the cultural, regional and personal identity of the Etruscans. The volume celebrates the originality of the Etruscan character manifest in its richly varied workshop production, and examines some unusual objects and buildings, considering what they tell us of Etruscan life, belief and influences. On a personal note, it considers how the Etruscans themselves wished to be identified and remembered. Two contrasting papers discuss attitudes to the Etruscans in the 18th century and the latest evidence for their origins using DNA studies. The papers were originally presented at a conference in 2006, celebrating the work of the renowned Etruscologist, Sybille Haynes.

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Sybille Haynes mbe in her own words
Bibliography
Foreword (Neil MacGregor)
James Byres and the Definition of the Etruscans (David Ridgway)
The Hamilton Gray Vase (Dyfri Williams)
The Ridgway Ram Vase (Dyfri Williams)
An Attic Red-figure Kylix from Veii and the Distribution of the Zalamea Group in Etruria (Laura Ambrosini)
The Importance of Being Umaele (Giovanna Bagnasco Gianni)
The Late Orientalising Bronze Workshops at Chiusi (Antonella RomualdiShake)
Rattle and Role? Sistrums in Etruria (Judith Swaddling)
Houses, Tombs and Temples (Friedhelm Prayon)
Etruscan Rock-cut Chamber tombs (Stephan Steingräber)
Solving the Riddle of the Sphinx on the Roof (Nancy A. Winter)
Funerary Practice, Rituals and Ideology of the Orientalising Aristocracies (Stephano Bruni)
The Lotus and Poppies in Etruscan Funerary Contexts (Jean-René Jannot)
The Etruscan Language in its Italic Context (J.H.W. Penney)
Etruscan by Definition (Phil Perkins)

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