The research focuses on two Roman sites, very different from each other, and encompasses the complex chaine operatoire (from ores selection to smelting, alloying and manufacturing). the aim is to reconstruct not just the layout and function of the sites, but also - in a more comprehensive way - the cultural, economic and social implications. The study of the metalworking sites of Università Cattolica in Milan and Seminario vescovile in Verona provides a chance to reflect on the Roman urban production systems in a region, as Cisalpine is, where craftsmanship had a leading economic role.
|Titolo tradotto del contributo||[Autom. eng. transl.] Metallurgical craftsmanship in the Roman Cisalpina. The cases of Milan and Verona|
|Editore||Scienze e Lettere|
|Numero di pagine||222|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2016|
- archaeology, archaeometallurgy, Roman Milan, Roman Verona
- archeologia, archeometallurgia, Milano romana, Verona romana, Cisalpina