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Preface (Michael L. Thomas)AcknowledgmentsNote on Abbreviations1. Introduction: The Experience of Monumentality in Etruscan and Early Roman Architecture (Gretchen E. Meyers)2. Straw to Stone, Huts to Houses: Transitions in Building Practices and Society in Protohistoric Latium (Elizabeth Colantoni)3. The Performance of Death: Monumentality, Burial Practice, and Community Identity in Central Italy's Urbanizing Period (Anthony Tuck)4. Monumentalization of the Etruscan Round Moulding in Sixth-Century BCE Central Italy (Nancy A. Winter)5. Monumental Embodiment: Somatic Symbolism and the Tuscan Temple (P. Gregory Warden)6. The Capitoline Temple and the Effects of Monumentality on Roman Temple Design (John N. Hopkins)7. On the Introduction of Stone Entablatures in Republican Temples in Rome (Penelope J. E. Davies)Afterword: Reflections (Ingrid E. M. Edlund-Berry)About the ContributorsIndex
Michael L. Thomas is Director of the recently launched Center for the Study of Ancient Italy at the University of Texas at Austin. He has excavated in Italy for seventeen years, and he currently codirects two archaeological projects there. Gretchen E. Meyers is Assistant Professor of Classics at Franklin and Marshall College. A scholar of Etruscan archaeology and culture, she has authored articles on architecture, roofing tiles, and textile production and serves as Director of Materials at the Etruscan site of Poggio Colla.