Publications and Press

Articles

Davide Zori, Colleen Zori, Lori Baker, Veronica Ikeshoji-Orlati, Candace Livingston, Deirdre Fulton, and Dennis Wilken. 2018. From Etruscan Urban Center to Medieval Fortified Village: San Giuliano Archaeological Research Project. Antiquity 92 (363, Project Gallery): 1-8.

Davide Zori, Colleen Zori, Lori Baker, Veronica-Gaia Ikeshoji-Orlati, and Alden Smith. 2017. San Giuliano Archaeological Research Project: Investigating Long-term Change from Etruscan Urban Center to High Medieval Fortified Village in Lazio. Temporis Signa 11 (2016): 1-20.

Media Coverage (click underlined text to view)

Davide  Zori and Colleen M. Zori. "San Giuliano Archaeological Research Project: Excavations of a Transitional Villanovan/Early Etruscan Necropolis." Etruscan News. American Section of the Institute for Etruscan and Italic Studies 22: 8-9, 16, (2020).

Archeo Magazine. Il Tesoro della Principessa Bambina. Winter 2019.

Corriere di Viterbo. Discovery of an Etruscan child’s tomb. Print only. July 23, 2019.

LaFune. Barbarano Romano, 450 new tombs mapped in the necropolis of San Giuliano. July 23, 2019.

The Archaeology News Network. Etruscan, medieval site unearthed in San Giuliano. July 20, 2019.

Mediaset TGCOM24. Viterbo, The discoveries continue at San Giuliano: An Etruscan and medieval site emerges. July 19, 2019. 

Viterbo News 24. Barbarano Romano, exceptional discoveries from the Etruscan and medieval periods.

Tuscia Web. Discovery of anthropomorphic chess piece and an Etruscan child’s grave. July 19, 2019.

OnTuscia. The necropolis and the Etruscan acropolis of San Giuliano continues to astound with exceptional finds from the Etruscan and medieval periods. July 19, 2019.

RAI (Radiotelevisione italiana) TGR. New of Discoveries of San Giuliano Project. June 30, 2018.

 

Tuscia Web. Discovery of the Noble Women’s Grave. June 27, 2018.

Archaeology News NetworkIntact Tomb Of Etruscan Noblewoman Discovered in San Giuliano. June 28, 2018.         German (version in Epoch Times): Intaktes Grab einer etruskischen Adligen in San Giuliano entdeckt.

 

Baylor Magazine. The Italian Dig. Winter 2018

Tuscia WebAmerican Students at the Etruscan Necropolis, Parco Marturanum. May 20, 2017:

Conference Presentations and Invited Talks

 

Come see our project symposium at the Society for American Archaeology in Austin, TX, April 22-26. 

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*2020   Medieval Intrasite Find Distribution on the San Giuliano Plateau, Lazio, Italy (Poster). Anna Catherine Gibbs. The Archaeological Institute of America. Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., Jan. 2-5.

 

2019   Landscapes of Life and Death at San Giuliano. The Archaeological Institute of America, Dallas chapter. Colleen Zori. November 14.

2019   Gli scavi a San Giuliano 2016-2019: San Giuliano Archaeological Project. Davide Zori. Talk at Italian state park museum inauguration event featuring our project’s discoveries (Etruschi sui valloni 1996-2019: Un nuovo allestimento per il Museo delle Necropoli Rupestri di Barbarano Romano). 

2019    Notizie degli scavi a San Giuliano. Davide Zori and Veronica Ikeshoji-Orlati. Invited by municipal government of Barbarano Romano, Italy to present project results to the public. July 6.

*2019  Caved In: How New Technologies Provide Solutions to Old Questions about Medieval Caves at San Giuliano, Italy. Anna Catherine Gibbs and Laruen Sides. International Congress on Medieval Studies. Kalamazoo, May 9–12.

*2019  Toubert or Not Toubert: An Interdisciplinary Approach to “Incastellamento.” Ashley Dyer. International Congress on Medieval Studies. Kalamazoo, May 9–12.

2019   Settlement Shifts and the Transformation of Power in Medieval Italy: Preliminary Results from the Excavation of the Castle of San Giuliano. Davide Zori. Society for American Archaeology. Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, April 10-14

*2019   Visualizing the Etruscan “City of the Dead”:  Cumulative Viewshed Analysis of the Necropolis at San Giuliano, ItalyLauren Sides and Matthew Owen.  The Archaeological Institute of America. Annual Meeting, San Diego, January 3-6, 2019.  

2019   Long-term Change in Southern Etruria: San Giuliano Archaeological Research Project. Davide Zori. The Classical Association of the Middle West and South. Annual Meeting, Lincoln, April 3-6.

2019   Osteological Analysis of Remains Recovered from Tomb G13-001 in the San Giuliano Necropolis. Lori Baker. The Classical Association of the Middle West and South. Annual Meeting, Lincoln, April 3-6.

2019   Formation Processes and the Evidence of Looting in the San Giuliano Etruscan Chamber Tombs. Candace Livingston and Jamie Aprile. The Classical Association of the Middle West and South. Annual Meeting, Lincoln, April 3-6.

2019   From Villanovan Tombe a Fossa to Etruscan Rock-Cut Tombs: Four Centuries of Funerary Assemblages in the San Giuliano Necropolis. Veronica Ikeshoji-Orlati. The Classical Association of the Middle West and South. Annual Meeting, Lincoln, April 3-6.

*2019   Visualizing the City of the Dead: Viewshed Analysis of the Etruscan Necropolis at San Giuliano, Italy. Lauren Sides. The Classical Association of the Middle West and South. Annual Meeting, Lincoln, April 3-6.

2019   Alden Smith. Response to the SGARP symposium at CAMWS. The Classical Association of the Middle West and South. Annual Meeting, Lincoln, April 3-6.

2019   The San Simone Tomba a Fossa: A Transitional Villanovan-Etruscan Grave (Poster). Veronica Ikeshoji-Orlati, Colleen Zori, and Lori Baker. The Archaeological Institute of America. Annual Meeting, San Diego, Jan. 3-6.

2018    From Etruscan Town to Medieval Fortified Village: San Giuliano Archaeological Research Project. Davide Zori. American Institute of Archaeology, Dallas chapter. October 25.

2018   Eating and Drinking in the Medieval Castle of San Giuliano (Province of Lazio, Italy). Colleen Zori, Davide Zori, Veronica Ikeshoji-Orlati, and Deirdre Fulton. Society for American Archaeology. Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., April 11-15.

2018   Davide Zoril. From Etruscan Urban Center to Medieval Fortified Village: San Giuliano Archaeological Research Project. Archaeological Institute of America. Annual Meeting, Boston, January 4-7.

2017   Preliminary Skeletal Analysis of Etruscan Tomb G13-001. A. Stutzman, L. Baker, D. Zori, V. Ikeshoji-Orlati, and C. Livingston. Texas Association of Biological Anthropologists. Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Nov. 11-12.

2017   From Etruscan Town to Medieval Fortified Village at San Giuliano: A New Archaeological Project in Marturanum Park, Lazio. Interpreting the Human and Environmental History of Medieval Italy. Davide Zori. John Cabot University, Rome, June 17-18.

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