Published August 30, 2000
by Routledge .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||232|
From the Palaeolithic to the later Roman period, The Archaeology of Ancient Sicily explores all the main topics of archaeological interest. These range from Greek colonisation, sanctuaries and burial, the architecture of temples, houses, theatres and military sites, to sculpture, the cities of the island. DOI link for The Archaeology of Ancient Sicily. The Archaeology of Ancient Sicily book. The Archaeology of Ancient Sicily. DOI link for The Archaeology of Ancient Sicily. The Archaeology of Ancient Sicily book. By R. Ross Holloway. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 1 November Author: R. Ross Holloway. Ancient History Encyclopedia receives a small commission for each book sold through our affiliate partners. Recommended By Numerous educational institutions recommend us, including Oxford University and Michigan State University and University of Missouri. The Archaeology of Ancient Sicily By R. R. Holloway Published by Routledge () The island of Sicily is most famous for its classical sites and works of art, but archaeological evidence shows that there was a long period of human occupation prior to its colonisation by the Greeks.
THE ARCHEOLOGY Of Ancient Sicily By R. ROSS HOLLOWAY [ , ] by ROSS HOLLOWAY. I read this book in preparation for my week in Sicily in June, and am a Latin teacher so I was especially interested in the Roman chapters of this book. It's a fascinating and comprehensive history of a very unique island that sees so many Mediterranean powers rise and fall/5(6). In the first English-language book on prehistoric Sicily in over forty years, Robert Leighton explores the region's rich archaeological record. He charts the development of Sicily's early cultures from the Palaeolithic onward, concluding with an account of the indigenous society at the time of Greek and Phoenician settlement in the 8th century BC (BCE). Homer mentions both Sikelia (Sicily) (Odyssey, b ) and Sikania (Odyssey, b ). It appears that Sikania was the central part of Sicily, while Sikelia (Sicily) was the eastern and Elymians were living in the west.
Broadly, this proposed volume will seek to reconstruct, primarily using archaeological sources (buried, built, material cultural), a social and economic history of Sicily across seven centuries; key components within this reconstruction will be institutions, culture, religions, exchange systems, production and consumption patterns, coinage, social structures, urban and rural housing, etc. "From the Palaeolithic to the later Roman period, The Archaeology of Ancient Sicily explores all the main topics of archaeological interest. These range from Greek colonisation, sanctuaries and burial, the architecture of temples, houses, theatres and military sites, to sculpture, the cities of the island. The Archaeology of Ancient Sicily by R. Ross Holloway, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(7). Archaeological Guide Ancient Sicily. The Vision’s Ancient Sicily guide book contains the history and the architectural details of the fascinating temples, theaters and monuments in Sicily, along with 18 past & present images. This is the english edition. With a free CD-DVD ROM inside €