Archeologia urbana a Cagliari. Scavi in via Caprera 8 (2014-2015)
AbstractAbstract: The book treats about the archaeological excavation in via Caprera 8, in the courtyard of the Regional Agency Laore. The finding of a great amount of archaeological objects is of central importance for the understanding of the ancient urbanistic of Cagliari. These objects, which chronology goes from the 5th century BCE to 7th century CE, has allowed to analyse and study the archaeological finds and excavation context, precisely exposed in the text.
Riassunto: Il volume tratta dello scavo archeologico eseguito in via Caprera 8, nel cortile interno dell'Agenzia regionale Laore. In tale ambito, centrale nell'urbanistica di Cagliari antica, il rinvenimento di un gran numero di reperti che vanno dal V secolo a.C. al VII d.C. ha consentito l'analisi e lo studio dei materiali archeologici e del contesto di scavo, esposti in maniera puntuale nel volume.
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