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From Constantine To Charlemagne: An Archaeology of Italy, AD 300–800

Post-classical archaeology emerged into the limelight in Italy in the 1970s, in particular with the founding of the national journal Archeologia Medievale in 1974 (whose principal editor and driving force, Riccardo Francovich, was recently killed in a tragic accident). In the years that followed, our knowledge of late and post-Roman Italy was transformed by aContinue reading “From Constantine To Charlemagne: An Archaeology of Italy, AD 300–800”