By Lavan, L. (ed.), Özgenel, Sarantis, A. (ed.), Luke Lavan, Lale Ozgenel, Alexander Sarantis
This choice of papers, coming up from the convention sequence overdue old Archaeology, examines the housing within the overdue old interval, via thematic and neighborhood syntheses, complemented by way of instances reviews and bibliographic essays.
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Residential areas have frequently been considered of secondary importance, and only occasionally excavated. The ruins of late antique houses have often only been brought to light ‘by accident’, during excavation work focusing on public city centres. With the exception of these private dwellings, discovered incidentally, the majority of late antique houses have remained invisible and ‘anonymous’ within the archaeological record. Even on the few excavations that have deliberately focused on private housing, investigators have mainly been concerned with ‘palaces’ and elite residences.
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