Le indagini nell’area protostorica e storica di Su Angiu - Mandas (CA)
Riassunto: L’area archeologica ubicata a Sud del Nuraghe Su Angiu a Mandas è stata oggetto di una concessione ministeriale quinquennale che ha visto la conduzione di tre campagne di scavo, svoltesi dal 2007 al 2009. L’imponente nuraghe quadrilobato testimonia l’importante occupazione nuragica del sito, seguita da una fase di frequentazione allogena documentata da ceramica d’importazione. La presenza punica è ben attestata nell’area, ma non associata, al momento, ad alcuna struttura; ad età romana sembrerebbe invece riferirsi l’impianto di strutture monumentali, poi abbandonate probabilmente in età alto-medievale.
Abstract: The archaeological site located to the south of the Nuraghe Su Angiu near Mandas has been the subject of three excavation campaigns between 2007 and 2009, thanks to a ministerial concession for the period 2007-2012. The impressive quadrilobate nuraghe testifies to the significant nuragic occupation of the site, followed by a phase of allochthonous use documented by imported pottery. The Punic presence is well attested in the area, but not associated to any structures; the erection of monumental structures seems instead to refer to the Roman period; the subsequent abandonment of the settlement probably occurs during the High Middle Age.
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