| The end of the Neolithic; Sicily and Malta ||13|
| The Middle and Late Bronze Age ||30|
|Appendix 1: the identification of Gela ||63|
|Appendix 2: the Sanctuary of San Biagio and the Sanctuary of the Chthonian Divinities at Acragas ||63|
|3Late Archaic and Classical Greek Sicily||97|
| Sculpture in the Age of the Tyrants and its aftermath ||97|
| Classical architecture ||112|
| Appendix: numismatic evidence and the Timoleontic recovery of Sicily in the fourth century BC ||140|
|5Later Greek, Punic and Roman Sicily||141|
| Military architecture ||141|
| The Greek Classical and Hellenistic house ||147|
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Book title: The Archaeology of Ancient Sicily.
Contributors: R. Ross Holloway - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2000.
Page number: vii.
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