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The Tiber Valley Project : the Tiber and Rome through two millennia.

Patterson, H. and di Gennaro, F. and Di Giuseppe, H. and Fontana, S. and Gaffney, V. and Harrison, A. and Keay, S. J. and Millett, M. and Rendeli, M. and Roberts, P. and Stoddart, S. and Witcher, R. E. (2000) 'The Tiber Valley Project : the Tiber and Rome through two millennia.', Antiquity., 74 (284). pp. 395-403.


In 1997 a new collaborative research project was initiated by the British School at Rome. This project draws on a variety of sources of archaeological information to explore the regional impact of the City of Rome throughout the period from 1000 BC to AD 1300. The project provides a common collaborative research framework which brings together a range of archaeologists and historians working in various institutions. In this paper those involved in different aspects of this new project outline their work and its overall objectives.

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Keywords:Tiber valley project, South Etruria survey, Rome.
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Record Created:23 Jun 2008
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