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The Site of an Unidentified Greek Settlement? New Surveys in Coda Volpe on Eastern Sicily


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Title: The Site of an Unidentified Greek Settlement? New Surveys in Coda Volpe on Eastern Sicily
Authors: Bratell, Michael
Issue Date: 30-Jun-2020
Degree: Student essay
Keywords: Archaeology
Archaic Age
Catania
Coda Volpe
Greek Colonization
Micro-archaeology
Periphery
Post-Colonial Theory
Sicily
Survey
Symaetus
Abstract: 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 initial surveys near the Simeto delta suggests the location of a periphery, without any previous systematic study, prospecting or geophysical survey. As landscapes are discursively constructed along established theories, locating peripheries can yield new dimensions between materia... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/65299
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