Item description for Archaeology And History In Sardinia From The Stone Age To The Middle Ages: Shepherds, Sailors, & Conquerors by Stephen L. Dyson & Robert J. Rowland, Jr....
With one of the richest archaeological records and most complicated histories in the Mediterranean, Sardinia provides an important laboratory for studying the interaction of indigenous societies and outside forces in a partly isolated geographical context. Stephen L. Dyson and Robert J. Rowland, Jr. use both material culture and written documents to reconstruct the social and economic processes of an island society that showed both cultural creativity and continuity but responded to invasions from the Phoenicians through the Romans to the Aragonese.
This first accessible reconstruction of island archaeology provides a balanced picture of the sweep of Sardinian history.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6" Height: 8.95" Weight: 1.32 lbs.
Release Date Oct 30, 2007
Publisher University of Pennsylvania Museum Publication
ISBN 1934536024 ISBN13 9781934536025
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More About Stephen L. Dyson & Robert J. Rowland, Jr.
Stephen L. Dyson is Professor of Classics at the University at Buffalo, New York. His research has centered on the archaeology of Roman Italy and the development of the Roman frontier. He is the author of The Roman Villas of Buccino (1983), The Creation of the Roman Frontier (1985), Community and Society in Roman Italy (1992), Ancient Marbles to American Shores (1998) and The Roman Countryside (2003).
Stephen L. Dyson currently resides in Buffalo, in the state of New York.