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001    OCLC624036780 
005    20101203140330.0 
008    100506s2010    nyuab    b    001 0 eng   
010    2010019224 
020    9780521783361 (hardback) 
020    9780521789455 (paperback) 
035    (OCoLC)ocn624036780 
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100 1  Nevett, Lisa C 
245 10 Domestic space in classical antiquity /|cLisa C. Nevett 
260    New York :|bCambridge University Press,|c2010 
300    xvii, 178 p. :|bill., maps ;|c24 cm 
490 1  Key themes in ancient history 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Domestic space and social organisation -- House-form and 
       social complexity : the transformation of early Iron Age 
       Greece -- A space for 'hurling the furniture'? 
       Architecture and the development of Greek domestic 
       symposia -- Housing and cultural identity : Delos, between
       Greece and Rome -- Seeing the domus behind the dominus in 
       Roman Pompeii : artefact distributions as evidence for the
       various social groups -- Housing as symbol : elite self-
       preservation in North Africa under Roman rule -- Epilogue:
       domestic space and social organisation in classical 
       antiquity -- Glossary -- Period names and dates referred 
       to in this book 
520    "Housing is shaped by culturally-specific expectations 
       about the kinds of architecture and furnishings that are 
       appropriate; about how and where different activities 
       should be carried out; and by and with whom. It is those 
       expectations, and the wider social and cultural systems of
       which they are a part, that are explored in this volume. 
       At the same time, the book as a whole argues two larger 
       points: first, that while houses, households, and families
       have in recent years become increasingly important as 
       objects of inquiry in Greek and Roman contexts, their 
       potential as sources of information about broader social-
       historical issues has yet to be fully realised; and second,
       that greater weight and independence should be given to 
       material culture as a source for studying ancient history.
       The book will be invaluable for upper-level undergraduates,
       graduate students, and scholars"--Provided by publisher 
650  0 Dwellings|zGreece|xHistory|yTo 1500 
650  0 Dwellings|zRome|xHistory 
650  0 Households|zGreece|xHistory|yTo 1500 
650  0 Households|zRome|xHistory 
650  0 Architecture, Domestic|zGreece|xHistory|yTo 1500 
650  0 Architecture, Domestic|zRome|xHistory 
650  0 Material culture|zGreece|xHistory|yTo 1500 
650  0 Material culture|zRome|xHistory 
651  0 Greece|xSocial conditions|yTo 146 B.C 
651  0 Rome|xSocial conditions 
830  0 Key themes in ancient history 
856 42 |zCover image|uhttp://assets.cambridge.org/97805217/83361/
       cover/9780521783361.jpg 
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