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Personal details

Place and year of birth:       Rome (Italy), 1970

Web sites:                           www.dipartimentodistoria.uniroma2.it/personale/Cifani.html

                                                                uniroma2.academia.edu/GabrieleCifani(with full CV)

1. EDUCATION AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS

1)1989-1993: 1st Class Degree (M.A.) in “Lettere” at La Sapienza University of Rome.

(marks: 110/110 “cum laude”).

2) 1996-1999: PhD in Archaeology (Etruscology) at La Sapienza University of Rome.

3) 1994/1995; 1995/1996; 1999/2000: ‘Postgraduate Specialization School in Archaeology’ at La Sapienza University of Rome.

4)Licence as full professor in archaeology granted by the Ministero dell’Università e ricerca (Italy): 04.02.2014 – 04.02.2020.

 

2. PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

- 15th June 1994 – 3rd October 1995: Military Service.

1)Rome, 1994-1999, La Sapienza University of Rome, postgraduate scholarships.

2)Rome, 1996-2003, Archaeological Superintendence for Rome, Assessor for field activities.

3)Pisa, 04.2001-03 2002, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Research fellowship of the “Fondazione Pasquali”.

4)Berlin, 08.2003- 09.2003. Freie Universität, Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst Research Fellowship.

5)New York, January-April 2004, Columbia University, Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the “Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America".

6)Firenze, Autumn 2004, Istituto Italiano di Scienze Umane, Postdoctoral Research Fellowship.

7) Berlin, 2004-2005, Freie Universität, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Research Fellowship.

8) University of Rome “Tor Vergata ,“Ricercatore”in Classical Archaeology (permanent position) 1st April 2005 -present (on leave from 1st October 2005 to 30th September 2007).

9)Cambridge University, 1.10.2005 – 30.09.2007, Marie Curie intra-European postdoctoral Fellowship at the Department of Archaeology.

10)Paris, École normale supérieure, visiting professorship, 1.11.2016-15.12.2016.

11)Paris, École normale supérieure, Marie Curie European Fellow, 2018-2020.

 

- Other professional and academic appointments

-Visiting scholar, Magdalene College at Cambridge University, July 2005 –September 2006.

- Fellowship at the Society of Antiquaries, London (ballot of 11th October 2007).

- Expert witness appointed by the Tribunale di Roma (Court of Rome) for archaeological matters and illicit trade of antiquities (since 1996).

- Member of the Review Editorial Board of:Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution - Paleoecology (since 8th January 2014: http://journal.frontiersin.org/journal/ecology-and-evolution/section/paleoecology ).

- Editorial peerreviewer: The Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology (2012); The Papers of the British School at Rome (2013); The Journal of Archaeological Science (2015); The Journal of Field Archaeology(2015; 2017), The Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research(2015). Fasti online documents & research (2016); Mélanges de l’École française de Rome – Antiquité (2016);

- Scientific advisor of the American Academy in Rome: 2014-2015.

- Scientific projects evaluator: Columbia University, Italian Academy (USA, 2004); Georgian Society of Science (Georgia, 2007; 2008; 2012); Ministero dell’Università e Ricerca (Italy, 2010-2017); Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (Italy, commissione di concorso 2017-2018, bando 367.107); Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (Germany, 2014; 2016); Austrian Science Fund - Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung - FWF (Austria, 2016).

 

3. AWARDS FOR RESEARCH PROJECTS

1)Aylwin Cotton Foundation (UK) 2000-2001: Fellowship award for a research project on “Roman Archaic Building Activity and Architecture” (5000 GBP).

2)“La Sapienza” University of Rome, May 2002-April 2003: Junior Research Grant for research project on “Roman Archaic Building Activity and Architecture” (2000 euro).

3)Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, 2005-2006 (call “Agenzia 2004”) Junior Research grant for a project on landscape archaeology in southern Etruria (grant: 10.000 euro).

4)University of Cambridge, August 2007: Research Grant of the McDonald Institute at the Department of Archaeology (fieldwork at Civita di Grotte di Castro, southern Etruria, grant: 2000 GBP).

5)European Union, 2008-2011, 7th Research Framework, Marie Curie Reintegration Grant n. 230890 (fieldwork and researches in southern Etruria, grant: 45.000 euro).

6)National Science Foundation (U.S.A.), 27.08.2012 – 29.02.2016; sub-award recipient within the Project: “Reconstructing 2500 years of historical landscape change at the periphery of Rome: disentangling the role of climate and society” (Principal investigator: Prof. Scott Mensing, University of Nevada, Reno; NSF research award n. 1228126; sub-award: 30.500 USD).

7) Tor Vergata University of Rome 2015-2016,(call “Uncovering excellence”, selection by external peer reviewer) researchgrant as principle investigator for a research project on landscape archaeology in the Anio Valley (grant: 15.000 euro).

 

4. PUBLICATION GRANTS

1)May 2001: publication grant from the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (Italy) towards the publication of the volume: “Storia di una frontiera. Dinamiche territoriali nella media valle tiberina dal villanoviano alla conquista romana” (PhD dissertation).

2)April 2007: publication grant from the Ministero dei Beni Culturali (Italy) towards the publication of the volume: L’architettura romana arcaica. Edilizia e società tra Monarchia e Repubblica.

 

5. RESEARCH EXPEDITIONS (direction of)

1)Co-director: survey and excavation of the Etruscan settlement of Civita di Grotte di Castro (Viterbo):

   2006; 2007; 2009, in collaboration with Dr. Simon Stoddart (University of Cambridge).

2)Co-director: survey of the Etruscan settlement of Col di Marzo – (Perugia): 2008-2011; from 2010 in collaboration with Dr. Simon Stoddart (University of Cambridge).

3)Co-director: survey and excavation of the Latin settlement of Colle Rotondo (Anzio) on 2009; 2010; 2011; 2012;

    2013, in collaboration with Professor A.M. Jaia and Professor A. Guidi).

4)Director of the survey project on the Etruscan settlement of Col di Marzo (Perugia), 2009.

5)Director of the Hellenistic Etruscan tomb of Cacni (Perugia) documentation project (2013).

5.1. Participation in archaeological surveys and excavations(selected list)

- 1990-1993. Volunteer participant for archaeological excavations and surveys: Rome, Palatine (Univerisity of Pisa and University of Rome "La Sapienza" excavation on the Northern Palatine slope 1990-1993), Volterra (University of Pisa, survey of the city, 1990), London (Museum of London, excavation of a Saxon settlement at Covent Garden, 1991), Pyrgi (University of Rome "La Sapienza", excavation of the sanctuary, 1991); Grumentum (University of Rome "La Sapienza", survey of the hinterland of the Roman city, 1992).

- 1997-2000. Assistant Area Director of the Archaeological Mission of Roma Tre University at Leptis Magna (Libya): responsible for territorial survey (Silin, wadi Caam / Taraglat) and suburban excavations (wadi er-Rsaf).

- 1996-2003. Field Director of rescue excavations for the Soprintendenza Archaeologica di Roma

   (Porta Collina, Casal Boccone, Trigoria / Castel di Decima, Cinquina, Settebagnietc.).

6. ORGANISATION OF INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

1) Co-organiser: Rome,2nd -3rd May 2002. Università degli Sudi di Roma “La Sapienza”, Facoltà di

Scienze Umanistiche, Workshop “Il santuario di Vesta: vecchi problemi e nuovi scavi” (with A. Carandini).

2)Co-organiser: Cambridge (UK), 13-14th March 2007, Department of Archaeology,Workshop: “Landscape and ethnicity in the Archaic Mediterranean area”(with S. Stoddart)

3)Organiser:Rome, 19th May 2011, British School at Rome, Workshop: Identità e cultura dei Falisci.

4) Co-organiser:Rome, 3rd May 2012, British School at Rome, Workshop: Approcci all’economia

romana arcaica (with prof. C. Smith).

5)Organiser, Rome, 23rd June 2015, American Academy in Rome, international workshop:

“Multidisciplinary approaches to environmental change in Central Italy”.

 

7. SUPERVISING AND MENTORING ACTIVITIES

7.1. University courses

Tor Vergata University of Rome 2010/2011 - 2017/2018 undergraduate and postgraduate courses

on Roman archaeology and Archaeometry; supervisor of B.A. and M.A. thesis.

 

7.2. PhD thesis committee member

- 23.11.2010: Université Catholique de Louvain, Département d’Histoire de l’Art et d’Archéologie, “Formation et rôle des lieux de culte dans la proto-urbanisation du Latium et de l’Etrurie méridionale” by Sylvia Piermarini.

- Since May 2013: Tor Vergata University of Rome, member of the scientific board of the Doctorate: “Beni culturali e territorio” (http://beniculturalieterritorio.uniroma2.it).

- 2015-2018:PhD Tutor for the international doctorate project: "The Late-republican Roman Palatial Villas", student: A. De Luca (Tor Vergata University of Rome, in collaboration with Professor C. D'Ercole, Paris, EHESS).

 

8. INVITED PRESENTATIONS

8.1. To peer-reviewed, internationally established conferences

·               Groningen(NL), 13-15.04.2000, University of Groningen, conference: New developments in Italian Landscape Archaeology, paper: “Aspects of Urbanisation and Ethnic Identity in the Middle Tiber Valley”.

·               Oxford(UK),22.10.2004. Faculty of Classics, St. John’s College. Conference on Roman Archaeology of Northern Africa. Paper: “Patterns of settlement in Tripolitania”.

·               San Diego(USA), 5.01.2007, Archaeological Institute of America 108th Annual Meeting, paper: G. Cifani, S. Stoddart,“Etruria: new approaches to an economic history of internal areas”.

·               Siena, 13.11.2008: Università di Siena, workshop: “I cantieri edili dell’Italia e delle province

romane, 2”: paper: “I grandi cantieri della Roma arcaica: aspetti tecnici e organizzativi”.

·               Ann Arbor(Michigan – USA), 3-5.04.2009: Conference of Roman Archaeology, paper: “Archaic urbanism in central Tyrrhenian Italy and its social significance”.

·               Moscow, 23-26.06.2009, Russian Academy of Sciences, Fifth International Conference “Hierarchy and Power in the History of Civilization”; paper: “State formation and ethnicities”.

·               Pisa,25.11.2010: Scuola Normale Superiore, conference: Arte-potere, paper: “Arte e potere nella Roma tardoarcaica”.

·               Rome,6.06.2011, Ecole française de Rome, conference: Expropriations et confiscations

en Italie et dans les provinces :la colonisation sous la République et l'Empire, paper: “Paesaggi agrari e colonizzazione  nella prima età repubblicana”.

·               Athens, 6.12.2012: Conference on the Research of Ancient Fortifications, Organised by the International Research Network Fokus Fortifikation (DFG) with the Danish Institute, Athens & the German Archaeological Institute, Berlin and Athens, paper: “The fortifications of early Rome: social and political significance”.

·               Rome, 1.11.2013: British School at Rome; Finnish Institute in Rome, Conference: Omnium Annalium Monumenta, paper: Archaic monuments and collective memory in Mid and Late Republican Rome.

·               Rome, 9.11.2013, Royal Netherlands Institute,British School at Rome, Conference: The Age of Tarquinius Superbus. A Paradigm Shift?, paper: “Approaching the roman Archaic economy”.

·               Cambridge, 8.01.2014, Faculty of Classics, conference: (Re)approaching Roman frugality, paper: “Frugality and Luxury in Early Roman Society”.

·               Paris, 22.10.2014: EHESS, International conference: Passé et future du travail; paper: “Aspetti del lavoro nella Roma arcaica”.

·               Rome,23.10.2014: International conference “E Pluribus Unum”: “L’Italia centrale e la creazione di una koiné culturale? I percorsi della romanizzazione”; paper: “Aspetti della romanizzazione nella Valle Tiberina”.

8.2. Invited presentations to international advanced schools

·               New York(USA),6.02.2004. Columbia University, Center for Ancient Mediterranean. Lecture:

“A revisionist view of Archaic Rome”.

·               Chapel Hill(USA),22.03.2004. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Department of Anthropology. Lecture: “Settlement patterns as Evidence of Ethnic Identity in Central Italy”.

·               Berlin (Germany),26.10.2005. Deutsches Archäologisches Institut – Central, Vortrang:

“Neue Forschungsansätze zur archaischen Architektur Roms“.

·               Oxford(UK), 9.06.2007: Institute of Archaeology, seminar on Archaic Rome

·               Roma,23.01.2009: Deutsch Archäologische Institut, seminar on Landscape and Ethnicity in central Italy.

·               University of Paris 1(Pantheon-Sorbonne), 11.03.2010: seminar: “Urbanisme et culture materielle des colonies du V° s. av. J.-C. dans le Latium”.

·               British School at Rome, 11.04.2010, seminar “Roman Archaic architecture and its social significance”.

·               Institute of Classical Studies(London), 27.05.2010, joint ancient history — classical archaeology seminar:  “Trades and Roman economy between 600 and 400 BC”.

·               École Normale Supérieure(Paris), 9.11.2011: seminar: “L’architettura romana arcaica”.

·               Institute of Classical Studies(London), 23.10.2012, The Archaic urban landscapes of central Tyrrhenian Italy and their social significance.

·               École des hautes études en sciences sociales(Paris)18.04.2013, seminar: "Le temple de Jupiter sur le Capitole à Rome".

·               École Normale Supérieure(Paris) 18.04.2013, seminar: “Aspetti dell’economia romana arcaica”.

·               Warsaw University,6-7.05.2015 (Institute of History; Institute of Archaeology), lectures on early Rome.

 

9. PUBLICATIONS (selected list; full list with pdf texts: https://uniroma2.academia.edu/GabrieleCifani)

Monographs

1)             G. Cifani, Storia di una frontiera. Dinamiche territoriali e gruppi etnici nella Media Valle Tiberina

dalla prima età del Ferro alla conquista romana. Roma [Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato], 200

(255 pp.; pp. 17-20: foreword by Mario Torelli). Review: Etruscan News 5, 2006, p. 12 (by L. Bonfante).

2)             G. Cifani, L’architettura romana arcaica. Edilizia e società tra Monarchia e Repubblica. Roma

[L’Erma di Bretschneider], 2008 (402 pp.; 271 illustrations).

Reviews: Gnomon 82, 2010, 434-441 (by F. Prayon); Latomus 70, 2011, 549-551 (by J. Poucet).

Edited volumes

3) G. Cifani, S. Stoddart (eds.),Landscape, Ethnicity and Identity in the pre-roman Mediterranean, Oxford [Oxbow], 2012.

(contributors: A. Carandini, C. Smith, A. Snodgrass, R. Osborne, T. Cornell, H. Lohmann, J. Bintliff, G-J. Burgers, A. Naso, F. Fulminante, L. Ceccarelli, G. Cifani, S. Stoddart, K. Lomas, A. Ruiz, M. Molinos, A. González-Ruibal, I. Grau Mira, J. Vives Ferrandiz ). Review: BMCR 2013.11.34 (by D. Demetriou).

4) G. Cifani(ed.), Tra Roma e l’Etruria. Cultura, identità e territorio dei Falisci (acts of the British School at Rome Seminar, 2011), Roma: Quasar (2013).  (contributors: G. Cifani, M.C. Biella, D. Maras, E. Benelli, S. Stoddart, L. Michetti, C. Carlucci, M.A. De Lucia, P. Poccetti). Review: BMCR 2014.02.36 (by V. Jolivet).

Papers in peer-reviewed journals

5) G. Cifani, Una tegola dipinta dall'area falisca. Un contributo alla pittura etrusca tardo orientalizzante, in

Archeologia Classica44, 1992, 263-271.

6)G. Cifani, Iscrizioni funerarie latine inedite dall'area vestina, in Epigraphica 54, 1992, 228-236.

7)G. Cifani, Aspetti dell'edilizia romana arcaica, in Studi Etruschi 60, 1994 [1995], 185-226.

8)G. Cifani, La documentazione archeologica delle mura arcaiche a Roma, in Mitteilungen des Deutschen

Archäologischen Instituts. Abteilung Rom 105, 1998, pp. 359-389.

9)G. Cifani, I periodi preromano e repubblicano, in: M. Munzi, G. Cifani, U. Fusco, Indagini topografiche nel

suburbio di Grumento (PT): le dinamiche insediative, in Archeologia Classica 51, 1999 [2000], 439-460 (443-448).

10)G. Cifani, « Trossulum »: contributo all’identificazione di un centro dell’Etruria volsiniese, inRendiconti della

Pontificia Accademia Romana di Archeologia, LXIX, 1996-1997 [2000], 327-340.

11)G. Cifani, Notes on the rural landscape of Central Tyrrhenian Italy in the 6th – 5th centuries and its social

significance, in Journal of Roman Archeology 15, 2002, 247-260.

12) G. Cifani, M. Munzi, Alle sorgenti del Cynips, in Libyan Studies 34, 2003, 85-100.

13)G. Cifani, La posizione di Gallese (VT) nel territorio falisco, in Rendiconti della Pontificia Accademia Romana di Archeologia 74, 2001-2002 [2003], 19-33.

14)G. Cifani, The punic and numidian period, in M. Munzi et al. A topographic research sample in the territory of

Lepcis Magna, in Libyan Studies 35, 2004, pp. 11-66 (19-21).

15)G. Cifani, Roma. Una stipe votiva al IV miglio tra le vie Latina e Labicana, inMélanges de l'École française de Rome117, 2005, 199-221.

16)G. Cifani, Monumento funerario dal suburbio occidentale di Leptis Magna, in Libyan Studies 37, 2006, 21-29.

17)G. Cifani, R. Opitz, S. Stoddart, Mapping the ager faliscus road system: the contribution of LiDAR survey, in Journal of Roman Archaeology 20,2007, 165-176.

18)G. Cifani, State formation and ethnicities from the 8th to the 5th Century BC in the Tiberine valley (Central Italy), inSocial Evolution and History 9.2, 2010, 53-69.

19)G. Cifani, I grandi cantieri della Roma arcaica: aspetti tecnici e organizzativi”, in Anejos de archivio español de arqueología LVII, 2010, 35-49.

20)G. Cifani inC. Malone, S. Stoddart et al., Opening the Frontier: the Gubbio – Perugia frontier in the course of history, in Papers of the British School at Rome 80, 2012, 257-294 (267-270).

21)G. Cifani, Interpretation of major phases of environmental change, in S. Scott et al., 2700 years of Mediterranean environmental change in central Italy, inQuaternary Science Reviews 116, 2015, 72-94 (85-89).

22)G. Cifani, Osservazioni sui paesaggi agrari, espropri e colonizzazione nella prima età repubblicana, in Mélanges de l'École française de Rome126, 2015 (online: https://mefra.revues.org/2938).

23)G. Cifani, Il sepolcro dei Cacni a Perugia, in Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts. Abteilung Rom 121, 2015, 125-176.

Acts of international peer reviewed scientific conferences

24)G. Cifani, Le origini dell'architettura in pietra a Roma, in L. Karlsson, R. Brandt (ed.), From Huts to Houses. Transformation of Ancient Societies(Acts of the Seminar, Rome 1997), Stockholm2001, 55-61.

25)G. Cifani, Aspects of Urbanisation and Ethnic Identity in the Middle Tiber Valley, in P.A.J.

Attema, G-J.Burgers, E. van Joolen, M. van Leusen, B. Mater (eds.), New develpoments in Italian Landscape Archaeology (Papers ofconference held at the University of Groningen, 2000),Oxford 2002, 219-228.

26)G. Cifani, Indicazioni sulla proprietà agraria nella Roma arcaica in base all’evidenza archeologica, in V. Jolivet, C. Pavolini, M.A. Tomei, R. Volpe (a cura di), Suburbium II: il suburbio di Roma dalla fine dell’età monarchica alla nascita del sistema delle ville (atti del convegno, Roma 2005), Rome [Ecole française de Rome] 2009, 311-324.

27) G. Cifani, A. Guidi, A. Jaia, Nuove ricerche nel territorio di Colle Rotondo ad Anzio, in G. Ghini (a cura di), Lazio e Sabina 7 (atti del Convegno, Roma 2010), Roma [Edizioni Quasar], 2011, 371-380.

28)G. Cifani, Società, architettura e immagini all’origine dell’arte romana, in M. Castiglione, A. Poggio (a cura di), Arte e potere. Forme Artistiche, Istituzioni, Paradigmi Interpretativi (Atti del Convegno di Studio, Pisa, Scuola Normale Superiore. 25-27/11/ 2010), Milano 2012 [LED], 129-146.

29)G. Cifani et al., Colle Rotondo (Anzio), risultati della campagna di scavo 2011 (con A. Guidi, A.M.Jaia, A. Cama, D. De Giovanni, E. Di Leo, F. Nomi, G. Peresso), in Lazio e Sabina 8, Roma 2013, 371-384.

30)G. Cifani, A. Guidi, Le fortificazioni nel territorio di Anzio, in P. Fontaine (a cura di),Le fortificazioni arcaiche del Latium vetus e dell’Etruria meridionale (IX – VI secolo a.C.), Roma: Istituto storico Belga, 2016, 111-124.

31)G. Cifani, The fortifications of Archaic Rome: social and political significance, in R. Frederiksen et al., Focus on Fortifications (Acts of the Conference, Athens 2012), Oxford: Oxbow 2016, 82-93.

32)G. Cifani, L'economia di Roma nella prima età repubblicana: alcune osservazioni, in M. Aberson et al., (eds.), E Pluribus Unum, Bern: Peter Lang, 2016, 30-50.

33)G. Cifani, War and Peace, Boundaries and Frontiers: Approaching the geo-political landscapes of Archaic Tyrrhenian Italy, in L. Ceccarelli, C. Malone, S. Stoddart (eds.), Frontiers of the Iron Age (acts of the Cambridge conference: Frontiers of the European Iron Age: 20th – 22nd September 2013) (accepted, in press).

34) G. Cifani, Small, medium or extra long? Prolegomena to any future metaphysics on the reconstructions of the Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus Capitolinus, in P. Lulof, C. Smith (eds.), The Age of Tarquinius Superbus (Rome 2013), in BABESCH, special issue, 113-121.

35)G. Cifani, Visibility Matters: Notes on Archaic Monuments and Collective Memory in Mid Republican Rome, in C. Smith, K. Sandberg (eds.), Omnium Annalium Monumenta (Acts of the Conference, Rome: 31 October – 1 November 2013), Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag [Historia Einzelschriften] (accepted, in press).

Chapters in scientific books

36)G. Cifani, (attic pottery): I.C.2; I.C.3; I.C.4; I.C.5; I.C.6; I.C.7, in A.M. Moretti Sgubini (ed.), Veio, Cerveteri, Vulci. Città d’Etruria a confronto(catalogue of the exhibition, Rome, Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia 2001), Roma [L’Erma di Bretschneider] 2001, 19-20.

37) G. Cifani, pp. 34-38, n. 14, 61 (corinthian aryballos) 114-118 (bucchero) in L. Bonfante, B. Fowlkes (eds.),

The New York University Archaeological Collection, Rome [E. Bretschneider] 2006.

38)G. Cifani, Il territorio volsiniese, in A. Schiappelli, Sviluppo storico della Teverina nell’età del bronzo e nella prima età del ferro.Firenze 2008 [Edizioni all’Insegna del Giglio], 263-268.

39)G. Cifani, Satricum, in G. Nenci, C. Vallet (a cura di), Bibliografia Topografica della Colonizzazione Greca

in Italia, vol. XVIII, Pisa-Roma-Napoli 2010, 382-410.

40)G. Cifani, Approaching ethnicity and landscapes in pre-Roman Italy: the middle Tiber valley, in G. Cifani, S. Stoddart (eds.), Landscape, ethnicity and identity, Oxford [Oxbow], 2012, 144-162.

41)G. Cifani, S. Stoddart, L. Ceccarelli, Exploring a frontier area in Etruria: the Civita di Grotte di Castro survey, in G. Cifani, S. Stoddart (eds.), Landscape, ethnicity and identity, Oxford [Oxbow], 2012, 163-172.

42) G. Cifani, Le mura serviane, in A. Carandini (ed.), Atlante di Roma antica, Milano [Electa] 2012, 81-84.

43)G. Cifani, Architecture - Roman Republic, in Encyclopedia of Ancient History, Wiley-Blackwell, 2012 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781444338386.wbeah20012/abstract

44) G. Cifani, Per una definizione storica dei Falisci, tra identità, cultura e territorio, in G. Cifani (ed.), Tra Roma e l’Etruria (acts of the BSR Seminar, Rome 2011), Roma: Quasar, 2013, 1-53.

45)G. Cifani, Aspects of urbanism and political economy in Archaic Rome, in E. Robinson (ed.), Current approaches to the archaeology of first millennium BC Italian urbanism(Journal of Roman Archaeology supplement), 2014, 15-28.

46)G. Cifani, Architettura templare dall’età arcaica alla media Repubblica (600-200 a.C.), in M. Trümper (ed.), Roman Architecture, Berlin: De Gruyter (accepted, forthcoming).

 

- Newspapers and media interviews:

The New York Times- July 6, 2013, p. C1.

BBC History magazine- December 2015, p. 13.

Roma, 6.02.2018

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