Le fasi Nuragico II e Punico-Romana nel settore nord-occidentale del villaggio di Su Nuraxi di Barumini (Cagliari)
Riassunto: In questo lavoro si presentano i corredi ceramici delle fasi Nuragico II e Punico-Romana provenienti dal settore nord-occidentale del villaggio di Su Nuraxi di Barumini, da originarie strutture dell’età del Bronzo riadattate nel corso dell’età del Ferro ed in età storica. Le categorie vascolari qui presentate e riferite alla fase Nuragico II sono ben note nel panorama della ceramica nuragica dell’età del Ferro (VIII sec. a.C.) specie nei siti della Sardegna centro-meridionale, mentre le labili ma importanti testimonianze di età punica e romana sono ascrivibili a momenti compresi tra V e III sec. a.C.
Abstract: In this paper we present the Iron age and Punic-roman pottery founded in the proto-historic village of Su Nuraxi-Barumini (Sardinia, Italy). The vessels come from the Bronze Age structures then modified during the Iron Age and historical period. The phase of reference of Iron age pottery is called Nuragico II and is chronoligcally situated during of eighth century BC. The comparisons of the context of Su Nuraxi with other Iron age sites of central-southern Sardinia allow to identify some important kind of pottery in association. Few but important records of Punic age testify a frequentation of the village during the fifth-third centuries BC.
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