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Close-up of one of the terracotta masks from Lipari, Sicily

Close-up of one of the terracotta masks from Lipari, Sicily

Heraclea Minoa, Sicily, Italy

Heraclea Minoa, Sicily, Italy

La Necropoli di Noto Antica http://sicilia-immagini.blogspot.it/2016/01/blog-post.html

La Necropoli di Noto Antica http://sicilia-immagini.blogspot.it/2016/01/blog-post.html

SARDINIA is the second largest island in the Mediterranean after Sicily.Its rocks date from the Palaeozoic Era (up to 500 million years old). Tharros, on the island's west coast, was founded by Phoenicians in the eighth century BC. Excavations have shown that until the abandonment of Tharros in the 10th century the place was inhabited, first by Phoenicians, then by the Punics and then under Roman domination.

SARDINIA is the second largest island in the Mediterranean after Sicily.Its rocks date from the Palaeozoic Era (up to 500 million years old). Tharros, on the island's west coast, was founded by Phoenicians in the eighth century BC. Excavations have shown that until the abandonment of Tharros in the 10th century the place was inhabited, first by Phoenicians, then by the Punics and then under Roman domination.

Close-up of one of the terracotta masks from Lipari, Sicily. June 2009.

Close-up of one of the terracotta masks from Lipari, Sicily

Teatro Greco nel sito archeologico Tindaris, Patti, Messina, Sicily, Italy

Teatro Greco nel sito archeologico Tindaris, Patti, Messina, Sicily, Italy

Veduta panoramica dell’Agorà ellenistica di Morgantina, Enna, Sicily, Italy

Veduta panoramica dell’Agorà ellenistica di Morgantina, Enna, Sicily, Italy

Terracotta altar with fertility goddesses. Gela, Sicily, c. 500 BC. Museo Archeologico Regionale di Gela. © Regione Siciliana.

British Museum — Demeter: the ultimate mother? Terracotta altar with fertility goddesses from Gela, Sicily, c.

Sicilia-beni culturali

Sito archeologico Santa Venera al Pozzo, Catania, Sicily, Italy

Cerveteri, Italy.  A tomb painted as an Etruscan house with all the supplies the dead might need in the afterlife.

A tomb painted as an Etruscan house with all the supplies the dead might need in the afterlife.

The Fortress ruins of San Leo, Emilia-Romagna, Italy.

The century Fortress Ruins of San Leo overlooks the valley of river Marecchia and a landscape of woods, rocky peaks and ravines which slopes to the sea, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, Italy.

Isola di Mozia, Sicilia. Ancient Phoenician colony.

Isola di Mozia, Sicilia. Ancient Phoenician colony.

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