LUNI SUL MIGNONE
- A key, but controversial, mainly Bronze Age, site of about seven hectares in South Etruria with an important stratigraphy. It has been extensively excavated in several areas, such as the Acropolis, Tre Erici, and Monte Fornicchio. The site has been a focus of controversy between Swedish and Italian protohistorians over its chronology and has provided possible evidence of social ranking in a Late Bronze Age settlement. The Acropolis is also famous for discovery of five Mycenaean sherds (Myc III A,2–Myc. III C), of which the most ancient is most clearly an Aegean import. The excavations at Monte Fornicchio uncovered a similar range of ceramic finds, but less well-preserved stratigraphy. The site was reoccupied in the Archaic period as an Etruscan settlement.
Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans. Simon K. F. Stoddart.
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Swedish Institute at Rome — The Swedish Institute at Rome is a research institution that serves as the base for archaeological excavations and other scientific research in Italy. It also pursues academic instruction in archaeology and art sciences as well as arranging… … Wikipedia
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SVENSKA INSTITUTET I ROM (THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL STUDIES IN ROME) — The Swedish research institute in Rome founded in 1925 that excavated some key Etruscan and earlier settlements in South Etruria including Acquarossa, San Giovenale, and Luni sul Mignone. See also BOETHIUS, Axel … Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans