The Archaeology of Ancient Sicily

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Drawings by Anne Lovelace Holloway, unless separately credited. Photographs, except as otherwise credited and nos 159 and 162, by the author.
Map 1 Prehistoric Sicily xix
Map 2 Greek, Roman and Phoenician Sicily 44
1 Chopping-tool 1
2 Levanzo, rock engraving 3
3 Levanzo, rock engraving 3
4 Levanzo, rock engraving 4
5 Monte Pellegrino, rock engraving 4
6 Licata, Navarra collection, sandstone figurine 5
7 Licata, Navarra collection, sandstone figurine 5
8 Uzzo, scene of Mesolithic life after drawing of M.T. Serafini 6
9 Syracuse Museum, vase of the Stentinello style from Naxos 8
10 Trapani, Stentinello-style vase fragment from Uzzo 8
11 Agrigento Museum, jadeite head from Sciacca 9
12 Agrigento Museum, figurine from Busoné 10
13 Syracuse Museum, Neolithic vase from Megara Hyblaea 11
14 Syracuse Museum, Neolithic vase from Paternò 11
15 Gozo, Ggantija Temple 14
16 Valetta Museum, temple model from Tarxien 15
17 Mnaidra, graffito 15
18 Hagar Qim Temple 15
19 Hagar Qim Temple 16
20 Hal Saflieni Hypogeum 16
21 Syracuse Museum, vase of the Diana style from Matrensa 19
22 Syracuse, vase of the Diana style from Matrensa 19
23 Licata Museum, Navarra collection, vase of the San Cono-Piano Notaro-Grotta Zubbia style 19
24 ‘Oven tomb’ 19

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Preface xvii
  • 1 - Prehistoric Sicily 1
  • 2 - Early Greek Sicily 43
  • 3 - Late Archaic and Classical Greek Sicily 97
  • 4 - Coinage 121
  • 5 - Later Greek, Punic and Roman Sicily 141
  • 6 - The Villa at Piazza Armerina 167
  • Notes 179
  • Bibliography (1980-9) 185
  • Index 203
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