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Pompeian plasters. Insula I 9 and Forum

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Pompeian plasters. Insula I 9 and Forum

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Introduction
Background

Plaster Investigation
Aims and objectives
Objects of the study
Problems
Design of the study
Methods used
Variables studied
Reference samples, types and groups
Colour code
Archaeological and art historical considerations


Insula I 9 12

Casa del Bell’Impluvio
Plaster types, groups, locations
List of examined plaster samples

Casa di Puer Successus

Plaster types, groups, locations
List of examined plaster samples

Casa del Frutteto
Plaster types, groups, locations
List of examined plaster samples

Casa di Amarantus

Plaster types, groups, locations
List of examined plaster samples

Casa di Cerere
Plaster types, groups, locations
List of examined plaster samples


Forum

Basilica
Plaster types, groups, locations
List of examined plaster samples

Temple of Apollo
Plaster types, groups, locations
List of examined plaster samples


Temple of Jupiter
Plaster types, groups, locations
List of examined plaster samples

Edifice of Eumachia
Plaster types, groups, locations
List of examined plaster samples

Temple of Vespasian

Plaster types, groups, locations
List of examined plaster samples

Macellum
Plaster types, groups, locations
List of examined plaster samples

Casa di Pansa
Plaster types, groups, locations
List of examined plaster samples


Definitions of Plaster Types and Digital Photos of Reference Samples

Plaster Groups and Associated Styles

Discussion and Conclusions

Bibliography

Appendices
- Tables
Sample Forms
Casa del Bell’Impluvio
Casa del Puer Successus
Casa del Frutteto
Casa di Amarantus
Casa di Cerere
Basilica
Temple of Apollo
Temple of Jupiter
Edifice of Eumachia
Macellum
Casa di Pansa

CNR-ICVBC Plaster analyses
Table: Insula
Table: Forum
Forms: Insula
Forms: Forum

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Victoria Moses (University of Arizona): Meat and the Birth of Rome.

Abstract:

In the 9th-5th centuries BCE, Rome changed rapidly from a small settlement of huts into a fortified urban center. The physical reorganization of the city is inseparable from the social transformations that went along with it, including changes in social roles, economics, and religion. I investigate the emergence of urbanism in Rome and its environs through zooarchaeology, or the study of animal remains from archaeological sites, to demonstrate what early Romans ate and what they sacrificed during this time of transition and how meat relates to the foundation of Rome.

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