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The Archaeology of Ancient Sicily by Ross Holloway, Ann Lovelace Holloway (Illustrator)

The Archaeology of Ancient Sicily - Ross Holloway, Ann Lovelace Holloway


Description: From the Palaeolithic to the later Roman period, The Archaeology of Ancient Sicily explores all the main topics of archaeological interest. These range from Greek colonization, sanctuaries and burial, the architecture of temples, houses, theaters, and military sites, to sculpture, the cities of the island and the Sicels. Separate sections explore the fascinating coinage of Sicily and the famous late Roman villa at Piazza Armerina.
With clear, concise and illuminating commentary and over 200 illustrations, this book continues to be the standard work on the archaeology of ancient Sicily.

Grotta dell'Addaura

the ruins of the Temple of Apollo in Ortigia, the old town of Syracuse in Sicily, Italy


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