Ingrid Edlund-Berry

Ingrid Edlund-Berry specializes in Etruscan and Italian archaeology and culture and has conducted fieldwork at Murlo/Poggio Civitate, Tuscany; Metaponto, Basilicata; Poggio Colla, Tuscany; and Morgantina, Sicily. Her recent publications include Early Rome and the Making of ‘Roman’ Identity Through Architecture and City Planning” (in J. DeRose Evans, ed., A Companion to the Archaeology of the Roman Republic [Oxford 2013] 406–25); “Religion: The Gods and the Places” (in J.M. Turfa, ed., The Etruscan World [London 2013] 557–65); and “The Architectural Heritage of Etruria” (in J.M. Turfa, ed., The Etruscan World [London 2013] 695–707).