This volume draws examples of work from around the Mediterranean basin to demonstrate the variety of archaeological studies being carried out, and the benefits each of these studies has enjoyed through the use of an interdisciplinary approach.But in fact it was a virtual copy of the porto Kayio sitea#39;s characterization in sailing manuals.36 The word for a a#39;craga#39; in GCM, normally denoting a cave ... already named by italian sailors, but a#39;maAsnia#39; had long since arisen for much of the peninsula, and been attached to the Byzantine fortress at tigani. ... 39 see e.g. maps in antonis tantoulos, ai entypi chartografisi the phantom baronies of the western mani 61.
|Title||:||Studies in the Archaeology of the Medieval Mediterranean|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2010-09-24|