Sicily in the Early Bronze Age

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Illustration

Salvatore Piccolo
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published on 08 February 2018
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A map of Sicily in the early Bronze Age (2169 ±120 BCE - c.1500 BCE) divided into 4 cultural macro-regions: northern Sicily with the Rodì-Tindari-Vallelunga culture, western with the Naro/Partanna culture, the south-east with the Castelluccio culture and Capo Graziano culture at the Aeolian Islands.

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About the Author

Salvatore Piccolo
Salvatore Piccolo is an archaeologist. His excavations include the dolmens of Sicily where in "Cava dei Servi", he found human remains and ceramic fragments that have unravelled the mystery of the function and chronology of Mediterranean dolmens.

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APA Style

Piccolo, S. (2018, February 08). Sicily in the Early Bronze Age. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/8072/sicily-in-the-early-bronze-age/

Chicago Style

Piccolo, Salvatore. "Sicily in the Early Bronze Age." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified February 08, 2018. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/8072/sicily-in-the-early-bronze-age/.

MLA Style

Piccolo, Salvatore. "Sicily in the Early Bronze Age." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 08 Feb 2018. Web. 02 Aug 2021.