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Ex Figlinis

The Network Dynamics of the Tiber Valley Brick Industry in the Hinterland of Rome (Bar International)
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ISBN 10184171738X
ISBN 139781841717388

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All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or by: The growth of the city of Rome was dependent on its ability to exploit successfully the human and natural resources of its hinterland.

Although this eventually expanded to incorporate the entire Mediterranean seaboard, the resources of the Tiber Valley originally nourished the city and continued to do so despite the growth in imports from elswhere in the Roman world.

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The growth of the city of Rome was dependent on its ability to exploit successfully the human and natural resources of its hinterland.

Although this hinterland eventually extended to incorporate the entire Mediterranean seaboard, the resources of the Tiber valley originally nourished the city and continued to do so despite the growth in imports from elsewhere in the Roman world.

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Although this eventually expanded to incorporate the entire Mediterranean seaboard, the resources of the Tiber Valley originally. The application of method and theory from network science to archaeology has dramatically increased over the last decade. In this article, we document this growth over time, discuss several of the important concepts that are used in the application of network approaches to archaeology, and introduce the other articles in this special issue on networks in archaeology.

This review aims to expose the potential of formal network methods for archaeology by tracing the origins of the academic traditions, network models, and techniques that have been most influential to archaeologists.

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