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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR EACH ROOM

(OpRom = Opuscula Romana; ActaRom = Acta Instituti Romani Regni Sueciae)

 

 

ROOM 1. ACQUAROSSA AND SAN GIOVENALE. INTRODUCTION

Architettura etrusca nel Viterbese. Ricerche svedesi a San Giovenale e Acquarossa 1956–86. Roma 1986.

Rystedt, E., ‘Huts vis-à-vis houses: a note on Acquarossa’, in From huts to houses. Transformations of ancient societies (Proceedings of an international seminar organized by the Norwegian and Swedish Institutes in Rome, 21–24 September 1997), eds. J.R. Brandt & L. Karlsson, Stockholm 2001, 23–27.

ROOM 2. SAN GIOVENALE

Backe-Forsberg, Y., Crossing the bridge. An interpretation of the archaeological remains in the Etruscan bridge complex at San Giovenale, Etruria (diss.), Uppsala 2005.

Karlsson, L., San Giovenale IV. Area F east. Huts and houses on the Acropolis (ActaRom-4°, 26:4,1), Stockholm 2006.

Pohl, I., San Giovenale V. The borgo. The Etruscan habitation quarters on the north-west slope. Fasc. 2. Stratification and materials (ActaRom-4°, 26:5), 2009.

San Giovenale I. Topographical introduction and history of excavations. Photogrammetric mehods and survey. Tombs (ActaRom-4°, 26:1:1–9), 1967–1972.

San Giovenale II. Excavations and finds: The Acropolis (part 1) (ActaRom-4°, 26:2:2 and 4), 1981.

San Giovenale III. Excavations and finds: The Acropolis (part 2) (ActaRom-4°, 26:3:1 and 3), 1977–1980.

San Giovenale VI. Excavations and finds: The bridge on the Pietrisco. Vignale. The Castle and the chapel (ActaRom-4°, 26:6:4–5), 1967.

Wikander, Ö., ‘Architectural terracottas from San Giovenale’, OpRom 13, 1981, 69–89.

ROOM 3 AND ROOM 4. ACQUAROSSA. HOUSES AND ROOFS (phases 1 and 2)

Rystedt, E., Acquarossa IV. Early Etruscan akroteria from Acquarosa and Poggio Civitate (Murlo) (ActaRom-4°, 38:4), 1983.

Wikander, Ch., Acquarossa I. The painted architectural terracottas. Part 1. Catalogue and architectural context (ActaRom-4°, 38:1:1), 1982.

Wikander, Ch., Acquarossa I. The painted architectural terracottas. Part 2. Typological and decorative analysis (ActaRom-4° 38:1:2), 1988.

Wikander, Ö., Acquarossa VI. The roof-tiles. Part 1. Catalogue and architectural context (ActaRom-4°, 38:6:1).

Wikander, Ö., Acquarossa VI. The roof-tiles. Part 2. Typology and technical features (ActaRom-4°, 38:6:2).

ROOM 5. ACQUAROSSA. THE MONUMENTAL AREA

Strandberg Olofsson, M., Acquarossa V. The head antefixes and relief plaques. Part 1. A reconstruction of a terracotta decoration and its architectural setting (ActaRom-4°, 38:5), Stockholm 1984.

Strandberg Olofsson, M., ‘On the reconstruction of the monumental area at Acquarossa’, OpRom 17, 1989, 163–183.

Strandberg Olofsson, M., ‘Some interpretational aspects of the Acquarossa/Tuscania mould-made terracottas and their architectural context’, in Opus mixtum. Essays in ancient art and society (ActaRom-8°, 21), Stockholm 1994, 135–147.

Strandberg Olofsson, M., ‘Pottery from the monumental area at Acquarossa: a preliminary report’, OpRom 20, 1996, 149–159.

Strandberg Olofsson, M., ‘Two Etruscan transport amphorae from Acquarossa’, OpRom 27, 2002, 123–133.

Strandberg Olofsson, M., ‘Four imported transport amphorae from Acquarossa’, OpRom 28, 2003, 73–83.

Strandberg Olofsson, M., ‘White-on-red from Acquarossa: Some large decorated vessels and their chronological implications’, OpRom 29, 2004, 73–89.

Strandberg Olofsson, M., ‘Herakles revisited. On the interpretation of the mould-made architectural terracottas from Acquarossa’, in Deliciae Fictiles III. Architectural Terracottas in Ancient Italy: New discoveries and interpretations (Proceedings of the conference at the American Academy in Rome, 7–8 November, 2002), eds. I. Edlund-Berry, G. Greco & John Kenfield, 2006, 122–129.

Strandberg Olofsson, M., ‘Creatures great and small. Animals on Etrusco-Italic architectural terracotta reliefs’, in Across Frontiers. Etruscans, Greeks, Phoenicians & Cypriots. Studies in honour of David Ridgway & Francesca Romana Serra Ridgway, eds. E. Herring, I. Lemos, F. Lo Schiavo, L. Vagnetti, R. Whitehouse & J. Wilkins, 2006, 517–530.

Strandberg Olofsson, M., 'Fragments with horses and wolf's teeth. Black impasto and its association with periods and buildings in the monumental area at Acquarossa', Opuscula 2013, 23–43

Wikander, Ch. & Wikander, Ö., ‘The early monumental complex at Acquarossa. A preliminary report’, OpRom 18, 1990, 189–205.

ROOM 6. ACQUAROSSA. ROOF-TILES: VARIANTS. OBJECTS

Acquarossa VII. Trial trenches, tombs and surface finds (ActaRom-4°, 38:7), Stockholm 1994.

Lundgren M.-B. & Wendt L., Acquarossa III. Zone A (ActaRom-4°, 38:3), Stockholm 1982.

Strandberg Olofsson, M.  ‘Variation in mould-made reliefs. The case of the large ‘Tuscania’ motifs in the light of some fragments from Acquarossa’, in Deliciae fictiles I. (Proceedings of the first international conference on central Italic architectural terracottas at the Swedish institute in Rome, 10–12 December, 1990), eds. E. Rystedt, Ch. Wikander & Ö. Wikander, Stockholm 1993, 193–200.

See also room 3

ROOM 7. ACQUAROSSA. DAILY LIFE AND WOMEN

Scheffer, Ch., Acquarossa II. Part 1. Cooking and cooking stands in Italy 1400–400 B.C. (ActaRom-4°, 38:2:1), 1981.

Scheffer, Ch., Acquarossa II. Part 2. The cooking stands (ActaRom-4°, 38:2:2), 1982.

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