I confini di Roma contemporanea

Journal title STORIA URBANA
Author/s Lidia Piccioni
Publishing Year 1994 Issue 2003/102 Language Italian
Pages 17 P. File size 469 KB
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Can we talk of a Roman hinterland across 19th and 20th Centuries? What are its borders and what did the link with a diverse, peculiar city like Rome mean for the surrounding territory? The article starts with a discussion about the relationship between Rome and the area of Castelli romani a model where interdependence and autonomy coexist, in a combination that appears quite unusual in contemporary age then extending the analysis to the first belt of municipalities surrounding the wide area of Agro (which constitutes the territory of the municipality of Rome). The emphasis is on breaks in time and space, sources, methodological choices and directions for further research.

Lidia Piccioni, I confini di Roma contemporanea in "STORIA URBANA " 102/2003, pp , DOI: