Cultural Responses to the Volcanic Landscape

Cultural Responses to the Volcanic Landscape : The Mediterranean and Beyond

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This work is the result of two interdisciplinary symposia held by a group of volcanologists, engineers, Near Eastern and Classical philologists, and Old and New World archaeologists, in Naples, Italy and Medford, Massachusetts. Nineteen chapters examine the complex problems that can arise in volcanic environments and the various ways in which societies respond. These studies cross barriers among the volcanological, geological, antiquarian, and archaeological perspectives in studying such topics as risk assessment, responses in prehistoric and historic times, and representations in ancient more

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  • Paperback | 250 pages
  • 152.4 x 226.1 x 25.4mm | 567g
  • Archaeological Institute of America
  • Boston, United States
  • English
  • 64 b/w figs, 11 tbs
  • 1931909067
  • 9781931909068
  • 2,459,830

About Miriam S. Balmuth

Miriam S. Balmuth is a research professor in classical archaeology and numismatics at Tufts University. David K. Chester is a professor in the Department of Geography at Liverpool University. Patricia A. Johnston is a professor of classical mythology, Greek, and Latin at Brandeis more

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a nice collection of edited papers that discuss the many aspects of living with volcanoes, their advantages and disadvantages, today and in antiquity.'--Floyd W. McCoy"American Journal Of Archaeology" (01/01/0001)show more