Institut für Archäologien

Universität Innsbruck
Institut für Archäologien
Fachbereich Ur- und Frühgeschichte
sowie Mittelalter-und Neuzeitarchäologie
zum Gastvortrag von:
Dr. Annalisa Pozzi
(Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici deIl'Emilia-Romagna, Bologna)
Donnerstag, 13. November 2014, 18.00 Uhr S.t.
Atrium, langer Weg 11, SR 1
New researches on pre-roman Adriatic cemeteries: Verucchio
New researches in the necropolis Lippi at Verucchio produced further data and information on this
center overlooking the Adriatic coast f10urished from 9 th to 1 h century 8. C. Verucchio is a strategie
center to control the trade routes and with a key role in the spread thraughout the /talian peninsula
of 8altic amber. The Villanovan center was characterized by four cemeteries that have unearthed
araund 600 tombs, almost exclusively with the funeral rite of cremation, having some structural
variety and rich grave goods. The funerary objects are in exceptional preservation, especially
regarding organic materials, such as woo/, linen, wood and wicker.
Annalisa Pozzi received an MA at the Universita degli Studi di 8010gna and a PhD in Archeology at
the Universita degli Studi di Padova. She is actually in charge as archaeologist at the Soprintendenza
per i Beni Archeologici dell'Emilia Romagna (Bologna). She is interested in the First and Second Iron
Age and she studies the Villanovan centre of Verucchio.