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Author: Emma-Jayne Graham. Publication Year: 2006.

Author: Emma-Jayne Graham. BOOK DESCRIPTION The horror of the puticuli, the mass burial pits, and their traditional association with the poor, has often led to this socio-economic group being viewed as somehow 'different' to the rest of the ancient urban community in the Italy of the Late Roman Republic. This is the theory questioned by the author of this volume. Why should this part of the community care so little about the disposal of the dead when other members of society were devoting huge amounts of time and money to ensuring that the deceased received not only burial, but also lasting commemoration?

The horror of the puticuli, the mass burial pits, and their traditional association with the poor, has often led to this socio-economic group being viewed as somehow 'different' to the rest of the ancient urban community in the Italy of the Late Roman Republic.

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Volume 98. November 2008, p. 264. J. Graham, The Burial of the Urban Poor in Italy in the Late Roman Republic and Early Empire (British Archaeological Reports International Series 1565). Oxford: Archaeopress, 2006. Pp. viii + 124, 35 figs. Exclusive Licence to Publish: The Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies. The Journal of Roman Studies.

The burial of the urban poor in Italy in the late Roman republic and early empire . Patronage, collegia and burial in imperial Rome, in S. Bassett (e. Death in towns: urban responses to the dying and the dead, 100-1600: 15-27. Leicester: Leicester University Press.

The burial of the urban poor in Italy in the late Roman republic and early empire (British Archaeological Reports International series 1565). Oxford: Archaeopress. Living and dying in the city of Rome: houses and tombs, in J. Coulston & H. Dodge (e. Ancient Rome: the archaeology of the eternal city: 259-89.

BAR international series ; 1565 Published: (2008). Italy in the Age of Pinocchio : Children and Danger in the Liberal Era. by: Ipsen, Carl.

BAR international series ; 1565. Subjects: Urban poor Italy. Cultures of Charity : Women, Politics, and the Reform of Poor Relief in Renaissance Italy. by: Terpstra, Nicholas. Architecture of Italy.

by Emma-Jayne Graham. Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary series 96. more. The burial of the urban poor in Italy in the late Roman Republic and early Empire. Using the necropolis environments of the Vesuvian region of Imperial period Italy as a case study, this paper examines the ways in which multiple, overlapping, and temporally specific senses of place were associated with Roman funerary landscapes. Later two vesels were sent to the Northern Adriatic, supporting Army units with their artillery on the front against Italy, and one of these ships was lost there, during a stay on the supposedly secure anchorage. After the war, the remaining pair followed their younger consorts, being delivered to the victors and scrapped afterwards.

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The Burial of the Urban Poor in Italy in the Late Roman Republic and Early Empire Florence, KY: Routledge. Grey, Cam. and Anneliese Parkin. Controlling the Urban Mob: The Co- lonatus Perpetuus of CTh 1. 8. BAR International Series 1565. Grant, Robert M. (1997). Florence, KY: Routledge. Throwing Parties for the Poor: Poverty and Splendour in the Late Antique Church. In Atkins and Osborne (ed., Poverty in the Roman World. Poverty and Charity in Roman Palestine, First Three Cen- turies . Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

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The horror of the puticuli, the mass burial pits, and their traditional association with the poor, has often led to this socio-economic group being viewed as somehow different to the rest of the ancient urban community in the Italy of the Late Roman Republic. This is the theory questioned by the author of this volume. Why should this part of the community care so little about the disposal of the dead when other members of society were devoting huge amounts of time and money to ensuring that the deceased received not only burial, but also lasting commemoration?