In this paper we present the most recent anthropological study on bones ofthe archaic tombs of Motya (Sicily, Italy), where a large necropolis has beenbrought to light since the first excavations of Joseph Whitaker. The newlyacquired data suggest that this portion of the Motya archaic cemetery wasnot exclusively devoted to the incineration of particular classes of age butthe urns and cists could contain multiple burials of very different ages..
|Title of host publication||From the Mediterranean to the Atlantic:
people, goods and ideas between East and West|
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|