|Titolo:||Da Barumini a Lipari. Due contesti del Bronzo finale a confronto|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2013|
|Abstract:||SuMMaRy - From Barumini to Lipari - Two Late Bronze age contexts in comparison - In 1980 L. Bernabò Brea and M. Cavalier published the results of excavation of the prehistoric settlement in Lipari’s Castle. In particular, in the excavation of hut alpha II the archaeologists found nuragic pottery in the Late Bronze age level of occupation. Two important papers were recently published that offered a new critical analysis of this nuragic pottery found in the ausonio II layers of the Lipari’s Castle. These papers are very important from a technological, chronological and stratigraphic position point of view and have led to a better understanding of manufacturing process of that period. This has resulted in new research on the pottery found in the huts of the nuragic complex of Su Nuraxi in Sardinia. In this context there are vessels decorated in a protogeometric style similar to those found in Lipari. These similarities show that the pottery originates from the protogeometrical phase of the Late Bronze age.|
|Tipologia:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|
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