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ARCAIT - ARchive of Constitutions of Ancient ITaly - represents an interdisciplinary tool for the study, information and bibliographical research, and analysis of the political and constitutional history of populations and communities of ancient Italy in pre-Roman and Roman times (ca. 8th cent. BC - ca. 4th cent. AD). The three ARCAIT Archives contain, respectively, the modern scientific literature (so far over 5000 titles) divided in topics of research, selected epigraphic and literary evidence, and images (pictures, maps, drawings, etc.) related to the populations and communities of ancient Italy and to specific historical-political and institutional topics.
Archive containing the modern scientific bibliography on the political and constitutional history of Etruscans, Italiotes and Italians and their individual communities in pre-Roman and Roman times.
Archive gathering thematically selected documents – literary and epigraphic sources – relevant to the political and constitutional history of people and communities of ancient Italy in pre-Roman and Roman times.Enter »
Archive containing pictures, graphic reconstruction, maps, etc. …Enter »
The periodical abbreviations are those of the Année Philologique: see Abbreviations.
Data updating and expansion of the sections are continuous: see News.
To notify own and/or other’s contributions: see Send/Request Information.
ARCAIT is part of activities under the Project No. P22063-G18 funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF).
Research institution: University of Vienna, Department of Roman Law and Antique Legal History, Schenkenstrasse 8-10, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Project-Leader: Prof. Loredana Cappelletti: see Staff
Post-doctoral research fellow: Dr. Jessica Piccinini. see Staff