The Archaeology of Nuragic Sardinia - Volume 14 - Gary Webster

The Archaeology of Nuragic Sardinia - Volume 14 - Gary Webster

Late Bronze Age: thirteenth to tenth centuries BC

The Archaeology of Nuragic Sardinia - Volume 14 - Gary Webster

Gary Webster [+-]
Gary Webster is former Associate Professor of Anthropology and currently Docent in Archaeology at Umeå University. Between 1985 and 2000 as Director of Pennsylvania State University's Sardinia Research Program he led excavations at several Bronze Age sites. He has published widely on social archaeology, cultural history and the archaeology of Sardinia.

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Topics include: Chronology; Settlement; Class I settlements (Brunku Madugui (Maduli)-Gesturi; Duos Nuraghes-Borore); Class II settlements (Funtana-Ittireddu; Nolza-Meana Sardo); Class III settlements (Su Nuraxi-Barumini; Palmavera-Alghero); Open settlements (S'Urbale-Teti; Sa Osa (S'Arrieddu)-Cabras;Monte Olladiri, San Gemiliano and Monte Zara); Social correlates of LBA settlements; Settlement disruptions; Subsistence and land-use; Cereal cultivation and storage; Grapes, figs and wine production; Husbandry, hunting, meat consumption and elite feasting; Marginalization, intensification and depletion; Ceramic industry; Pottery workshop: Hut 2 at Lu Brandali-Santa Teresa di Gallura; Stone and metal industries; Trade and interaction; Imports; Exports; Burial practices (Lu Brandali-Santa Teresa di Gallura; Is Lapideddas and Su Fraigu; Tomb distribution and status distinctions; Domestic shrines and megaron temples (Malchittu-Arzachena; S'Arcu 'e is Forros-Villagrande Strisaili); LBA Torrean Corsica; 'The Rise and Fall of Nuragic Civilization'

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Webster, Gary. Late Bronze Age: thirteenth to tenth centuries BC. The Archaeology of Nuragic Sardinia - Volume 14. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 82-142 Feb 2016. ISBN 9781781791356. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=24697. Date accessed: 27 Sep 2021 doi: 10.1558/equinox.24697. Feb 2016

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