La facies del Bronzo Antico di Corona Moltana-Bonnanaro: proposta di ricostruzione del set ceramico
Abstract: The scientific community has long been discussing the phases of the Bonnanaro culture. Several hypotheses about the chronology and the pottery types have been made, as the term “Bonnanaro” is used to denote both the Corona Moltana facies and the following Middle Bronze Age phase, also know as Bonnanaro B, Bonnanaro II or Sa Turricola. This article provide a type-based classification of pottery in the Corona Moltana facies, by identifying of groups of set characterized by specific typometric features.
Riassunto: La comunità scientifica si è trovata spesso in disaccordo sull’articolazione in fasi della cultura di Bonnanaro. L’utilizzo della denominazione “Bonnanaro” per identificare sia la facies di Corona Moltana che la facies successiva, relativa al Bronzo Medio e noto anche come Bonnanaro B (Bonnanaro II) o Sa Turricula, ha generato differenti ipotesi riguardo la cronologia e le attribuzioni cronologico-culturali. Col presente contributo, si è cercato di ricostruire il set tipico e ricorrente delle produzioni ceramiche della facies Corona Moltana.
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