Cheri, Luca (2016) Il Sulcis Arcaico tra Nuragici e Fenici: testimonianze di cultura materiale dal Nuraghe Sirai. Doctoral Thesis.
The present research aims to study the material culture of Nuragic tradition recovered in association with Phoenician artifacts in already excavated, studied and published archaeological sites, dating to the VIII, VII and VI century BC and located in the Sulcis area (S-W Sardinia). The aim of the research is to understand the cultural and chronological contexts through the scrutiny of previous data and new data deriving from the Vano A and Vano B and some stratigraphic units recorded during the 2012 excavation campaign in the fortification area of the Nuraghe Sirai. The analysis is therefore oriented towards understanding the colonial encounter dynamics, where the Phoenician counterpart appears a summoning element for the Nuragic populations. The main objective, mostly reached, has been to create a state of the art compendium on the topic placed side by side with new unpublished data on the ceramic artifacts from within Phoenician towns in archaeological contexts chronologically situated between the VIII-VI centuries BC. Also, the goal was to analyse certain aspects of a simultaneous ceramic production, provisionally defined hybrid, which escapes a clear classification on the basis of ethnic characteristics but shows peculiarities possibly concerning a new local facies of the Ferro II period. The difficult chronological attribution for some Nuragic artifacts is determined both by the absence of comparative material culture in the published corpus and by the existence of the ceramic production defined, for methodological purposes and by various scholars, hybrid.
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