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The Site of an Unidentified Greek Settlement? New Surveys in Coda Volpe on Eastern Sicily
This study examines Greek colonisation’s potential for archaeology in relation to Coda Volpe district on eastern Sicily where necropoleis indicate the existence of unidentified both Greek and Roman settlements. Recent ...
Archaeology in the Shadow of Governments “Holy Land”. An analysis of the stories of what happens to Israeli-Palestinian cultural heritage during conflicts
From the Temple Mount to the Israelite tower to the convent, the significance of excavations in Jerusalem is unmatched. Layer by layer reveals the history of mankind in the holy land. But these excavations are more than ...