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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. General remarks
3. The archaeological evidence: a diachronic account
3.1. Early Iron Age
3.1.1.   The forms, patterns and structure of settlements
3.1.2. Inside the settlements: material culture
3.1.3. Beyond settlements: environment, production and territoriality
3.2. Late Iron Age
3.2.1. The "real estate": the forms, patterns and structure of settlements
3.2.2. Inside settlements: material culture
3.2.3. Beyond settlements: environment, production and territoriality
3.3. Indigenous-Roman period
3.3.1. The forms, patterns and structure of settlements
3.3.2. Inside settlements: material culture
3.3.3. Beyond settlements: environment, production and territoriality
4. Summary of historical interpretations
4.1. Early Iron Age: between complexity and stagnation
4.2. Late Iron Age: the hidden, troubled age
4.3. The Roman conquest: the beginning and the end
 
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