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Ossidiane non sarde in Sardegna. Analisi di un rinvenimento subacqueo nel Porto di Cagliari

Abstract : Underwater research recently carried out in the middle of the modern harbor of Cagliari (South Sardinia) led to the discovery of the load belonging to a late Roman-republican (II cent. BC) shipwreck covered by silty-organogenic deposits. The whole accumulation of finds was lying undisturbed on the old seabed. Among the artifacts, whose greatest part are wine amphoras and dinner services, it is very interesting the presence of 40 obsidian blocks. At a first sight the homogeneous visual characteristics of the blocks are quite different from the known obsidian qualities of Monte Arci obsidians in Sardinia, giving us evidence of their non local origin. Sourcing from EMP-EDS on some blocks confirm the supposed provenance from Lipari. We show here the features of the archaeological context and suggest a possible interpretation of the obsidians.
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Ignazio Sanna, François-Xavier Le Bourdonnec, Gérard Poupeau, Carlo Lugliè. Ossidiane non sarde in Sardegna. Analisi di un rinvenimento subacqueo nel Porto di Cagliari. 5° convegno internazionale – L'ossidiana del Monte Arci nel Mediterraneo‎, Jun 2008, Pau, Italy. pp.99-119. ⟨hal-01757496⟩



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