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Florentia

Studi di archeologia: vol. 3
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  • Guido Vannini,

The third volume of Florentia continues the periodic series of studies related to the education activities of the School of Specialization in Archaeology of the University of Florence. The selected studies are elaborations drawn from the best graduation dissertations written by students in recent years, according to criteria that favour the elements of greater thematic innovation and methodological solidity. The essays represent the fundamental specializations of the School: pre-protohistoric, orientalistic, “classical” (in its various components, Greco-Roman and Etruscan-Italic), medieval. The authors come from universities throughout the country: a variety that nevertheless reveals the cultural background characterising the Florentine Archaeological School, starting from the lesson of the renowned founders of the School, Paolo Emilio Pecorella and Luigi Beschi, to whose memory this volume is dedicated. The collaboration between professors (mostly young people) and students gives form to a community coordinated with the other Specialization Schools of the University dealing with territorial cultural heritage (Archaeology, History of Art, Architecture). The topics chosen are also projected into a public dimension, in relation to the main issues of the current civil society - from the social impact of the role of the militant archaeologist, to the contribution of the identity of a “public archaeology” in a society that rapidly changes among “new Italians” and a social use of culture, to the new role of archaeology - also in crisis contexts and not only international ones.

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Guido Vannini

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0001-7903-3961

Guido Vannini is Full Professor of Medieval Archeology and director of the School of Specialisation in Archeology at the University of Florence; he is also member of the Board of the PhD School of the University “La Sapienza” of Rome. He is the author of over 250 scientific publications dealing with the characteristics of the urban settlement, on the aspects of the Encastellation phenomenon and population in Mediterranean feudal areas, as well as on production archaeology issues. He is a member of the Scientific Committee for nine series of studies (five of which he directs or co-directs) and twelve journals in the field; he also directed about sixty archaeological projects and thirty exhibitions (including five international exhibitions).
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Book Title

Florentia

Book Subtitle

Studi di archeologia: vol. 3

Editors

Guido Vannini

Peer Reviewed

Number of Pages

374

Publication Year

2017

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© 2017 Author(s)

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CC BY 4.0

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Firenze University Press

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10.36253/978-88-6453-509-8

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978-88-6453-508-1

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978-88-6453-509-8

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978-88-9273-234-6

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Strumenti per la didattica e la ricerca

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2704-6249

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2704-5870

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