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  • Monte Pallano
  • Val di Sangro
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  • Italy
  • Abruzzo
  • Provincia di Chieti
  • Bomba

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Bibliography

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    • C. Shelton, 2008, A Paleoethnobotanical Approach to Central Apennine Economy and Identity in the Sangro River Valley, Abruzzo, Italy, 650 B.C.–A.D. 150. Thesis submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Graduate Schools of Arts and Sciences, Boston University.
    • S. Kane, 2006, Terracotta dolphin plaques from Monte Pallano (Abruzzo), in I. Edlund-Berry, G. Greco and J. Kenfield (eds), Deliciae fictiles III, Architectural Terracottas in Ancient Italy: New Discoveries and Interpretations. Proceedings of the intenational seminar held at the American Academy in Rome, November 7-8, 2002, Oxford: 176-180.
    • S. Kane, 2008, Life “on the edge”: a view from the Abruzzo, in G. Lock and A. Faustoferri (eds), Archaeology and Landscape in Central Italy. Papers in Memory of John A. Lloyd. Oxford University School of Archaeology: Monograph 69, Oxford: 93-103.
    • G. Lock, 2008, Change and Continuity in Surface Survey Data: Exploring Thresholds in the Sangro Valley, Italy, in G. Lock and A. Faustoferri (eds), Archaeology and Landscape in Central Italy. Papers in Memory of John A. Lloyd. Oxford University School of Archaeology: Monograph 69, Oxford, 2008: 33-45.
    • A. Faustoferri, 2008, The Archaeological Park of Monte Pallano, Abruzzo: a Work in Progress, in G. Lock and A. Faustoferri (eds), Archaeology and Landscape in Central Italy. Papers in Memory of John A. Lloyd. Oxford University School of Archaeology: Monograph 69, Oxford: 77-91.
    • E. Love, 2008, The Evolution of Animal Husbandry and Society in the Backcountry of Ancient Italy. Thesis submitted for the Degree of Master of Arts, in the University of Sheffield.
    • J.A. Lloyd, G. Lock, N. Christie, 1997, From the Mountain to the Plain: Landscape Evolution in the Abruzzo. An Interim Report on the Sangro Valley Project (1994-95), in Papers of the British School at Rome LXV: 1-57.
    • A. Faustoferri, J.A. Lloyd 1998, Monte Pallano: a Samnite Fortified Centre and its Hinterland, in Journal of Roman Archaeology XI: 5-22.
    • G. Lock, T. Bell, J. Lloyd, 1999, Towards a method for modelling surface survey data: the Sangro Valley Project, in M. Gillings, D. Mattingly, J. van Dalen (eds.), Geographical Information Systems and Landscape Archaeology, vol. 3 of G. Barker, D. Mattingly (eds.), The Archaeology of Mediterranean Landscapes, Populus Project, Oxford: 55-63.
    • E.H. Bispham, G.J. Bradley, J.W.J. Hawthorne, S. Kane, 2000, Towards a Phenomenology of Samnite Fortified Centres, in Antiquity 74: 23-24.
    • B. Tyler, A. Wilson, A. Wickham 2002, Tracking the Samnites: Landscape and Communications Routes in the Sangro Valley, Italy, in American Journal of Archaeology 106.2: 169-186.
    • J.A. Lloyd, G. Lock, N. Christie, 1997, From the Mountain to the Plain: Landscape Evolution in the Abruzzo. An Interim Report on the Sangro Valley Project (1994-95), Papers of the British School at Rome 65: 1-57.