In the second millennium BC, the Nuragic peoples of Nora came into contact with Greek, Mycenaean and Phoenician merchants. Later, the ancient Phoenician Emporium of Nora became a Punic colony of Carthage. Finally, the Roman conquest brought a greater influx of people from all over the Italian peninsula.


Topics covered:


    • the origin and development of the city and the territory’s resources
    • Nora’s mixed-race ethnicity
    • the peaceful encounter between peoples and cultural contamination
    • the form of the city
    • residential and sacred construction in the Phoenician, Punic and Roman ages
    • daily life
    • the necropoli

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