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To our knowledge, the dataset described in this paper represents the largest existing repository of archaeological settlement (7,383 sites) and radiocarbon data (816 samples) for central Italy, spanning the period from the Late Mesolithic (ca. 8,000 BC) to the fall of the Roman Empire (500 AD). This dataset is also one of the six case studies in a Leverhulme Trust funded project called Changing the Face of the Mediterranean: Land Cover and Population Since the Advent of Farming (Grant Ref.doi:10.5334/joad.43 fatcat:mvquimygtvckrho3sihhjos56a