PRP bibliography

Books and dissertations

Alessandri, L. 2009, Il Lazio centromeridionale nelle età del Bronzo e del Ferro, PhD thesis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.

Attema, P., 1993, An archaeological survey in the Pontine Region. A contribution to the settlement history of south Lazio 900 – 100 BC, PhD thesis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

Attema, P., G.-J. Burgers, & M. Van Leusen, 2010, Regional pathways to complexity, Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam.

Attema, P., T. de Haas, & G. Tol, 2009, La carta archeologica di Nettuno: l’occupazione del territorio dalla preistoria al medioevo, Nettuno.

Attema, P., T. De Haas, & G. Tol 2011. Between Satricum and Antium. Settlement dynamics in a coastal landscape in LatiumVetus. [Babesch supplement 18] Leuven, Peeters.

Feiken, H., forthcoming, Geo-archaeological Approaches to the Hidden Landscapes of Italy, PhD thesis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.


Haas, T. de, 2011. Fields, farms and colonists: intensive field survey and Roman colonization in the Pontine region, central Italy, PhD thesis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, available here.  


Tol, G.W. 2012. A fragmented history. A methodological and artefactual approach to the study of ancient settlement in the territories of Satricum and Antium, PhD thesis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, available here.  

Fieldwork reports

Attema, P., 1991, The Contrada Casali, an intensive survey of a new Archaic hilltop settlement in the Monti Lepini, South Lazio, Mededelingen van het Nederlands Instituut te Rome Antiquity, 50, pp. 7-62.

Attema, P., T. de Haas, & A. Nijboer, 2003, The Astura project, interim report of the 2001 and 2002 campaigns of the Groningen Institute of Archaeology along the coast between Nettuno and Torre Astura (Lazio, Italy),  BABesch, 78, pp. 107-140.

Attema, P., T. de Haas, & M. la Rosa 2003/2004, Sites of the Fogliano survey (Pontine Region, central Italy), site classification and a comment on the diagnostic artefacts from Prehistory to the Roman period, Palaeohistoria, 45/46, pp. 121-196.

Attema, P. & M. van Leusen 2004. The early Roman colonization of South Lazio; a survey of three landscapes. In: Attema, P. ed., Centralization, early urbanization and colonization in first millennium BC Italy and Greece. part 1: Italy. [Babesch supplement 9] Leuven, Peeters, 157-195.

Attema, P., T. de Haas, & G. Tol, 2009/2010, The Astura and Nettuno surveys of the Pontine Region Project (2003-2005), 2nd and final report, Palaeohistoria, 51/52, pp. 169-327.

Attema, P., E. van Joolen, & M. van Leusen, 1999/2000, A marginal landscape: field work on the beach ridge complex near Fogliano (South Lazio), Palaeohistoria, 41/42, pp. 149-162.

Attema, P., H. Feiken, T. de Haas, G. Tol, & M. la Rosa, 2007/2008.The Astura and Nettuno surveys of the Pontine Region Project (2003-2005): 1st interim report, Palaeohistoria, 49/50, pp. 415-516.

R. Feiken, C. Anastasia, G. Tol & M. van Leusen forthcoming. Reconstructing a Bronze Age Hidden Landscape: Geoarchaeological research at Tratturo Caniò (Italy, 2009), Palaeohistoria 53/54 (2011/2012).

Haas, T. de, 2010, the agricultural colonization of the Pomptinae Paludes: surveys in the lower Pontine plain, Bollettino di Archeologia on-line

Haas, T. de, P. Attema & G. Tol, 2011/2012, Polygonal masonry platform sites in the Lepine mountains (Pontine region, Lazio, Italy), Palaeohistoria, 53/54, pp.//.

Leusen, M. van, 1998, Archaic settlement and early Roman colonisation of the Lepine foothills, Assemblage, 4, available here.

Leusen, M. van, 2010, Tratturo Caniò (Tempio di Gionone), Fasti Online, available here.

Leusen, M. van, G. Tol & C. Anastasia, 2009/2010, Archaeological sites recorded by the GIA Hidden landscapes survey campaigns in the Monti Lepini (Lazio, Italy), 2005-2009, Palaeohistoria, 51/52, pp. 329-424.

G. Tol & P. Attema (forthcoming). A road station on the Tabula Peutingeriana. Excavations at Astura. In: LRCW 4, Late Roman Coarse Wares, Cooking Wares and Amphorae in the Mediterranean: Archaeology and Archaeometry.

Other articles

Attema, P., 2001, Ritual, economy and early roman colonisation in Lazio. Colonial conjectures on a late Archaic sanctuary in the ager of Setia, Caeculus, IV, pp. 69-80.

Attema, P., 2005, L’occupazione della campagna nel periodo protostorico nell’ager di Lanuvio, in Museo e territorio IV, Roma, pp. 143-152.

Attema, P. & J. Delvigne, 2000, Settlement dynamics and alluvial sedimentation in the Pontine region, central Italy; a complex relationship, in Vermeulen, F. & M. De Dapper eds, Geoarchaeology of the landscapes of classical antiquity, Leuven, pp. 35-47.

Attema, P., J. Delvigne, & B.-J. Haagsma, 1999, Case studies from the Pontine Region in central Italy on settlement and environmental change in the first millennium BC, in Leveau, P. et al. eds., Environmental reconstruction in Mediterranean landscape archaeology, Oxford, pp. 105-121.

Attema, P., T. Derks, & G. Tol, 2010, The ‘Carta archeologica’ of Nettuno, evidence for late antique and early medieval settlement on the coast of South Lazio near Antium and Torre Astura (Italy), in Menchelli, S. et al. eds., LRCW3, Late Roman coarse wares, cooking wares and amphorae in the Mediterranean: archaeology and archaeometry comparison between western and eastern Mediterranean, Oxford, pp. 447-457.

Attema, P., B.-J. Haagsma, & J. Delvigne, 1996-1997, Survey and sediment in the ager of ancient Setia (Lazio, central Italy). The Dark Age concept from a landscape perspective, Caeculus, III, pp. 113-121.

Attema, P. & T. de Haas (2005) ‘Villas and farmsteads in the Pontine region between 300 BC and 300 AD: a landscape archaeological approach’. In: Santillo Frizzel, B. & A. Klynne (eds), Roman villas around the Urbs. Interaction with landscape and environment. Proceedings of the conference at the Swedish Institute in Rome, September 17-18, 2004. Rome, Swedish Institute in Rome, 97-112, available here.

Attema, P. & T. de Haas, 2011, Rural settlement and population extrapolation, a case study from the ager of Antium, central Italy (350 BC – AD 400), in Bowman, A. & A. Wilson eds, Settlement, Urbanisation and Population. Oxford studies on the Roman economy 2, Oxford, pp. 97-140.

Attema, P. & T. de Haas, 2012, Intensive on-site artefact survey and proto-urbanization, case studies from Central and South Italy, in Vermeulen, F., G.-J. Burgers, S. Keay & C. Corsi eds, Urban landscape survey in Italy and the Mediterranean, Oxford, 1-12.

Attema, P. & M. van Leusen, 2004, Intra-regional and inter-regional comparison of occupation histories in three Italian regions: the RPC project, in Alcock, S. & J. Cherry eds, Side by side survey. Comparative regional studies in the Mediterranean world, Oxford, pp. 86-100.

Attema, P., A. Beijer, M. Kleibrink, A. Nijboer, & G. van Oortmerssen, 2001-2002, Pottery classifications: ceramics from Satricum and Lazio, Italy, 900-300 BC, Palaeohistoria, 43/44, pp. 321-396.

Feiken, H. & M. Van Leusen, 2001, Interpreting field survey results in the light of historic relief change: the Fogliano beach ridges (South Lazio, Italy), in Stančič, Z. & T. Veljanovski eds, Computing archaeology for understanding the past, Oxford, pp. 205-210, available here

Haas, T. de, 2008, Comparing settlement histories in the Pontine Region (southern Lazio, central Italy): surveys in the coastal landscape near Nettuno, Digressus, 8, pp. 1-32, available here.

Haas, T. de, 2012, Beyond dots on the map: intensive survey data and the interpretation of small sites and off-site distributions, in Attema, P. & G. Schörner eds, Comparative issues in the archaeology of the Roman rural landscape, site classification between survey, excavation and historical categories, Portsmouth, pp. 55-79.

Haas, T. de, P. Attema, & H. Pape, 2008, Amphorae from the coastal zone between Anzio and Torre Astura (Pontine region, Central Italy): the GIA excavations at Le Grottacce, a local amphora collection and material from surveys in the Nettuno area, Palaeohistoria, 49/50, pp. 517-616, availabe here.

Haas, T. de & G. Tol, forthcoming, Roman expansion and the economic integration of the Pontine Region: a comparative approach, in Farinetti, E. ed. With the Adriatic in the Middle: Comparative Issues in Romanized Landscapes in Italy and the Eastern Mediterranean.

Haas, T. de, G. Tol, & P. Attema, 2011, Investing in the colonia and ager of Antium, Facta 5, pp. 111-144, available here.

Leusen, M. van, T. de Haas, S. Pomicino, & P. Attema, 2003-2004, Protohistoric to Roman settlement on the Lepine margins near Ninfa (south Lazio, Italy), Palaeohistoria, 45/46, pp. 301-346, available here.

Nijboer, A., P. Attema, J. Bouma, & R. Olde Dubbelink, 1995, Notes on artifact and pottery production at Satricum in the 5th and 4th centuries BC, Mededelingen van het Nederlands Instituut te Rome Antiquity, 54, pp. 1-38.

Nijboer, A., P. Attema, & G. Van Oortmerssen, 2005/2006, Ceramics from a late Bronze Age saltern on the coast near Nettuno (Rome, Italy), Palaeohistoria, 47/48, pp. 141-205.

Tol, G. & T. de Haas, forthcoming, Pottery production and distribution in the Pontine region: a review of data of the Pontine Region Project, in Olcese, G. ed. Immensa Aequora. Atti del Convegno (Gennaio 2011).

Tol, G., T. van Loon, P. Attema & A.J. Nijboer forthcoming. Late Iron Age sites on the coast between Nettuno and Torre Astura (Pontine Region, Lazio, Italy), Palaeohistoria 53/54 (2011/2012)