Research and Publications

for a summary of the campaigns of 2012-2015 see Fasti Online Resource, Ipogeo di Clepsina

Fallon Bowman,  A Well at Caere: Wells, Cisterns, and Ritual Practices in Etruria and Latium, MA Thesis, Queen’s University, 2016.

Michele Scalici, Amphorae from Vigna Marini-Vitalini, Caere, Italy, Rei Cretariae Romanae Fautorum Acta  44, 2016, pp. 179-188.

Fabio Colivicchi, Mithras in the Mundus? paper presented at the conference The Mysteries of Mithras and other Mystic Cults in the Roman World, Symposium Peregrinum 2016, Tarquinia-Vulci-Marino, June 16th-19th, 2016.

Fabio Colivicchi, Le strutture orientalizzanti della Vigna Marini-Vitalini in Alessandro Naso (ed.) Cerveteri dall’età del Ferro al periodo orientalizzante, forthcoming

Fabio Colivicchi, Gian Luca Gregori, Mariafrancesca Lanza, Antonella Lepone, Michele Scalici, Angela Trentacoste, Cristiana Zaccagnino, New excavations in the urban area of Caere (2012-2014), Mouseion forthcoming

Fabio Colivicchi, “After the Fall: Caere after 273 BCE,” in Etruscan Studies 18:2, 2015, pp. 178-199.

New research in the urban area of Caere, in Etruscan News, newsletter of the American Section of the Institute for Etruscan and Italic Studies http://ancientstudies.fas.nyu.edu/page/etruscan

Fabio Colivicchi, “After the Fall: Caere after 273 BCE,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, New Orleans, January 8-11th, 2015.

Cristiana Zaccagnino, Una lekanis attica a figure nere dall’area urbana di Caere, in  Amore per l’Antico dal Tirreno all’Adriatico, dalla preistoria al medioevo e oltre. Studi di Antichità in onore di Giuliano de Marinis, Roma 2014, 31-41.

Michele Scalici, Amphorae from Vigna Marini Vitalini, Caere, Italy, paper presented at the 29th Congress of the Rei Cretariae Romanae Fautores, Xanten, Germany, September 26th, 2014.

Michele Scalici, Ceramica matt-painted in Etruria. Nuovi dati da Cerveteri, SIRIS 13, 2013, 17-32.

Fabio Colivicchi, Mariafrancesca Lanza, Michele Scalici, Nuovi scavi nella Vigna Marini-Vitalini, in Etruria in Progress: La ricerca archeologica in Etruria Meridionale, Roma:Gangemi Editore, 2014, 73-79.

Barbara Klempan, Kate Helwig, Jennifer Poulin and Dominique Duguay, “Examination and Analysis of Etruscan Wall Paintings at Caere, Italy”, paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Association for Conservation of Cultural Property, Quebec City, June 4-8, 2014.

Fabio Colivicchi, The long life of an Etruscan city: one millennium of urban history at Caere, lecture held at the Université de Montréal, November 25th, 2014.

Fabio Colivicchi, New research in the Etruscan city of Caere, lecture held at St. Mary’s University, Halifax, October 6th, 2014.

Fabio Colivicchi, La Vigna Marini: la phase la plus récente, in Les Étrusques et le Méditerranée. La cité de Cerveteri, Exhibition catalogue, Lens, Musée du Louvre-Lens 2013-Roma, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, 2014.

Tori Bedingfield, Black gloss pottery from the excavation of the Vigna Marini, Master’s Thesis, Queen’s University, 2014.

Fabio Colivicchi, Deconstruction of an Ancient Frontier: Caere and Rome, paper presented at the Conference ‘Frontiers in the Iron Age Archaeology of Europe,’ 20th – 22nd September, 2013. Magdalene College and the McDonald Institute, University of Cambridge .

Fabio Colivicchi, Mariafrancesca Lanza, Michele Scalici, Nuovi scavi nella Vigna Marini-Vitalini, paper presented at the conference, ‘Etruria in Progress: La ricerca archeologica in Etruria Meridionale 2012,’ Roma Museo Archeologico di Villa Giulia, June 19-20th 2013

From Etruscan city to Roman Praefectura. New excavations in the central area of Caere, McMaster University, October 19th, 2012, Hamilton, Canada. Lecture by Dr. Fabio Colivicchi.

The Idea of the Etruscan city. The Mundus of Caere and the Role of Religion in Early Etruscan Urbanization, Urban Dreams and Realities. An Interdisciplinary Conference on the City in Ancient Cultures 21st-23rdOctober 2011, Edmonton, Alberta. Conference paper by Dr. Fabio Colivicchi.

Fasti Online Resource, Ipogeo di Clepsina

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