Social dynamics and productivity goals of rural settlement in Phoenician and Punic Sardinia: some issues and achievements

Raimondo Secci


The deep impact of Phoenician and Punic colonization on Sardinian society and eco- nomy during the First millenium B.C. appears both as a cultural hybridization that took place within the indigenous society since the earliest phases and a gradual reorganization of rural settlement increasingly integrated by North Africa immigrants involved in agricultural pro- duction. The aim of this paper is to review the available evidence focusing on some problema- tic aspects concerning rural settlement in the region between the First Iron Age and the early Roman phase. 

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Phoenician and Punic Sardinia; rural settlement; agriculture

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