Archaeologies of Recent Rural Sicily and Sardinia: A Comparative Approach

Mientjes, Antoon; Pluciennik, Mark; Giannitrapani, Enrico
December 2002
Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology;Dec2002, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p139
Academic Journal
Presents a comparative approach to the archeology of rural Sicily and Sardinia in Italy as of December 2002. Importance of sociopolitical factors in the Mediterranean environment; History of settlement in Sicily; Domination of Spaniards in the kingdom of Sicily.


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