The Poseidonian Chora :Archaic Greeks in the Italic hinterland

By: Skele, Mikels ;

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vi + 115pp, inc. 31 figs, 31 plates, laminated card, A4 ex lib with numerous stamps including two on the page edges, Christ Church archive, bookplate inside front cover In the sixth century BC the Greeks established the city of Poseidonia in the Sele Plain of Campania, Italy, in the area settled by an indigenous Italic population. Mikels Skele presents evidence from the Capodifiume survey of the region which provides insights into the nature of the interactiom between indigenous and colonising populations. Rather than finding evidence of tension, hostility and military domination, Skele presents data from the location and nature of cemeteries and sanctuaries and pottery, for example, to suggest that relations were cordial and even collaborative.

Title: The Poseidonian Chora :Archaic Greeks in the Italic hinterland

Author Name: Skele, Mikels ;

Categories: General,

Publisher: BAR Intl Ser 1094: 2002

ISBN Number: 1841714720

ISBN Number 13: 9781841714721

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: As New

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