L’Area archeologica di Santusangius-Serrenti (Sud Sardegna) e la questione del ʽvillaggio scomparsoʼ di Monpusi
Abstract: This study examines historical, archival and material sources of Bruncu Pubusa/Santusangius, which was an important site during Nuragic and Roman Age. Earlier studies described the site as an abandoned village (Monpusi) during the late Middle Age. In fact, it is argued that the Medieval village Monpusi never existed.
Riassunto: Lo studio delle fonti storico-archivistiche e delle evidenze materiali in località Bruncu Pubusa/Santusangius, importante sito tra l’Età nuragica e quella romana, pone in luce come quello che alcuni Autori ritengono essere un villaggio spopolato nel basso medioevo (Monpusi) non sia in realtà mai esistito in tale periodo e con il nome citato
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