Antiche pietre. La cultura dei dolmen nella preistoria della Sicilia sud-orientale

Antiche pietre. La cultura dei dolmen nella preistoria della Sicilia sud-orientale

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By (author) Salvatore Piccolo

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  • Publisher: Morrone
  • Format: Book | 74 pages
  • Publication date: 26 May 2011
  • ISBN 13: 9788890264078

Product description

The book is a very densely packed 72 pages, understandable and complete. It is aimed at the general reader. Suggested enthusiastically to anyone interested in Sicilian prehistory, the migration of ancient populations, the progress of the man and our ongoing quest to understand it, especially to the recent discoveries of dolmens also in the largest island of the Mediterranean sea, similar to those of Malta and ... Apulia. What is the mystery behind the disappearance of civilization Tarxien in Malta? This book develops a fascinating theory... With 32 color illustrations and an extensive bibliography.

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By james 14 Sep 2013 5

In this brief and invaluable account of human journey towards civilization, Salvatore Piccolo delivers a meticulously researched and passionately argued idea about our life in the Prehistory, and our ongoing quest to unravel its mysteries. James B. (Archaeologist)

By Patrick 07 Mar 2013 5

Great book, small just enough not to bore. The author has a great ability to synthesize, and with commendable expertise he address the archaeological topic clearly and in a few lines. Indeed, it is easy to understand, even for the beginners. Into a few pages is condensed all Sicilian Prehistory, with a wealth of data and explanatory notes that make it an "easy" scientific essay.
Also in Sicily there are the dolmens and this book gives us the proof! I recommend it to anyone who loves this land of "myths" and its archeology.
Patrick