Villanovan

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Tuscany - History - Appennini and Villanovan Cultures
... Following this, the Villanovan culture (1100–700 BC) saw Tuscany, and the rest of Etruria, taken over by chiefdoms ... City-states developed in the late Villanovan (paralleling Greece and the Aegean) before "Orientalisation" occurred and the Etruscan civilisation rose ...
Ancient Peoples Of Italy - Ages of Metals - Iron Age
... to the early 1st millennium BC, the Iron Age Proto-villanovan culture (ca ... Proto-villanovans practiced cremation and buried the ashes of their dead in pottery urns of distinctive double-cone shape ... Generally speaking, Proto-villanovan settlements has been found in almost all the Italian peninsula from Veneto to eastern Sicily (Milazzo), although they were most numerous in the northern-cen ...
Villanovan Culture - Range
... Generally speaking, Villanovan settlements were centered in the Po River valley and Etruria round Bologna—later an important Etruscan center—and areas in Emilia Romagna (at Verucchio) in Tuscany and ... a region where inhumation was the general practice, Villanovan cremation burials have been identified at Capua, at the "princely tombs" of Pontecagnano near Salerno and at Sala Consilina ... Small scattered Villanovan settlements have left few traces other than their more permanent burial sites, which were set somewhat apart from the settlements ...
The Villanovan
... The Villanovan has been the officially recognized and accredited student newspaper of Villanova University since its founding in 1916 ... All content of The Villanovan is the responsibility of the editors and the editorial board and do not necessarily represent the views of the administration, faculty and students of Villanova ... While The Villanovan is owned by Villanova University, Villanova University subscribes to the principle of responsible freedom of expression for the student editors ...
Etruscan Jewelry - Villanovan Era
... During the Villanovan Era, there was very little jewelry which has remained for discovery in modern times ... The Villanovan Etruscans seem to have had left few items of luxury and thus appear modest ... Yet Villanovan jewelry proves and confirms that in Etruria great effort was placed in the production of decorative arts ...