Tag: Sicily

Lucia Marchini 6 months ago
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Few villas have been excavated in Sicily, but recent work at Gerace has revealed the…

Lucia Marchini 6 months ago
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Excavations are exposing the insatiable appetite for self-promotion displayed by the owner of a modest…

Nick Bartos 1 year ago
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Richard Hodges tours the island’s Greek temples. Sicily in February. Cheating winter with the smell…

Nick Bartos 1 year ago
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Though recorded in historical sources, the indigenous people in the south-west corner of the Iberian…

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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Justin Leidwanger and Sebastiano Tusa dive into a 6th-century puzzle off the coast of Sicily.…

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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At their peak in the 4th century AD, the people who built Teotihuacan in Mexico…

Lucia Marchini 2 years ago
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In the early morning, when the light is right, one can see Sicily from Gozo.…

Lucia Marchini 2 years ago
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In February 1221, the Mongols unleashed one of the most devastating attacks on the medieval world.…

Lucia Marchini 2 years ago
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Sicily, one of the world’s great crossroads of culture, is the subject of the British…

Lucia Marchini 3 years ago
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Cambodia's stupendous temple of Angkor Wat, and the dense forest in which it sits, are currently…

Lucia Marchini 5 years ago
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Finding the archaeological evidence for a major turning point in history is something few archaeologists will…