Santocchini Gerg, Stefano (2011) Incontri tirrenici: le relazioni fra Fenici, Sardi ed Etruschi in Sardegna (630-480 a.C.). Doctoral Thesis.
This research concerns the relations between Etruria and Sardinia in the period between 630 and 480 B.C. In particular, it was created a catalog of all etruscan imports of the Island, that includes both published materials and unpublished pieces from sites like Sulky-Sant'Antioco (CI), Monte Sirai Nuraghe and Sirai near Carbonia (CI). Based on these objective data, and its quantitative and qualitative analysis on the discovery contexts and on the type of imported vases, historical and archaeological reconstruction on the relations between Phoenicians, Sardinians and Etruscans have been proposed. The proposed hypotheses concerns the Sardinian and Phoenician market of the Island; furthermore, the Etruscan cities participating in the trade, and the analysis concerning the distribution routes and carriers, followed by the materials to arrive on the Island. Following the analysis of the object and the form of the archaic trade, an attempt to hypothesize who are the persons who buy Etruscan products and for which motivation was made. Based on the type of imported vessels, mainly concerning the consumption of wine, a phoenician "symposium" was tried to define. Finally, basing on a set of indicators, an attempt to figure out if Etruscans have directly attended the sardinian coasts, and if their exports had an impact, for example showing signs of imitation and inspiration, on the sardinian and phoenician local production, was made.
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