Saturday, September 17, 2022

Open Access (mostly) Monograph Series: Limina Limites Archaeologies, histories, islands and borders in the Mediterranean

Islands and borders are two of the many possible keys through which we can study the post-classical Mediterranean. From the time that the Mediterranean ceases to be a great Roman ‘lake’, that same sea becomes an often uncrossable border that both separates and protects many worlds that developed with different forms and rhythms and along its extensive coasts. At the same time, however, the Mediterranean continues to be an element of unity: it provides a shared identity to communities that were culturally and geographically distant; and it can still be crossed to go to, and beyond, other frontiers.

Islands and borders, forming connecting lines and lines of separation, offering unified identities yet socio-cultural diversities, from this point of view can become spaces for reflection by disciplines seeking to understand the past but which aim to make much more widely available the tools with which to interpret some of the basic needs of the contemporary world, solving, for example, in terms of ‘Public Archaeology’, ideas, results and outcomes of both pure and applied research.

The Limina/Limites series seeks to invite editors of proceedings of conferences and workshops, authors of individual monographs and collective studies which, regardless of their discipline, are targeted at the integration of diverse data sources and systems oriented at a global reconstruction, and geared to long-term trends and to Mediterranean-wide spatial dimensions.

Series Editors: Miguel Angel Cau (Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies), Christine Delaplace (Université de Caen Normandie), Demetrios Michaelides (University of Cyprus), Philippe Pergola (Aix-Marseille University), Helen Saradi (University of Peloponnese, Trípoli), Guido Vannini (University of Florence), and Enrico Zanini (University of Siena)  

Excavaciones en el baptisterio del conjunto eclesiástico de Son Peretó (Manacor, Mallorca, islas Baleares)

ed. Mateu Riera Rullan et al.

Archaeological excavations of the baptistery of the Late Antique site of Son Peretó (Manacor), located on the island of Mallorca in the Balearic Islands (Spain), provide interesting new findings related to the material culture of the 5th to 8th centuries AD and, above all, in relation to the tombs, pools and baptismal buildings on the site. READ MORE

Paperback: £55.00 | Free Download | eBook Institution: £9.99

Traffici commerciali e approdi portuali nella Sardegna meridionale

Laura Soro

A study of trade flows on the southern coast of Sardinia in Late Antiquity through underwater finds, amphorae analysis and hypothetical docking points. Recent underwater surveys have highlighted multiple examples of possible cargoes from wrecks, especially of heterogeneous types, as in Cagliari, Nora (Pula) and in the sea around Sulcis. READ MORE

Paperback: £49.00 | Open Access

Archeologia dell’architettura religiosa e forme di potere all’Isola d’Elba tra XI e XII secolo

Marta Ricci

This study is a historical archaeological analysis of a territorial area including the Island of Elba, Monte Pisano and the neighboring plain, using the methodology of 'light' archeology: stratigraphic reading of the elevations and reading of the historical landscape. READ MORE

Paperback: £30.00 | Free Download | eBook Institution: £9.99

La transformación del mundo rural en la isla de Mallorca durante la Antigüedad tardía (c. 300-902/903 d. C.)

Catalina Mas Florit

The latest entry in the 'Limina/Limites: Archaeologies, histories, islands and borders in the Mediterranean' series presents the study of the rural landscape of the eastern part of the island of Mallorca (Balearic Islands) during Late Antiquity, providing new data that improves our understanding of one of the least well-known periods of the island. READ MORE

Paperback: £30.00 | eBook: £16.00

Dinamiche insediative nelle campagne dell'Italia tra Tarda Antichità e Alto Medioevo

ed. Angelo Castrorao Barba

A series of selected contributions about settlement patterns in the Italian countryside between Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, providing a critical overview of the most recent research on the subject. READ MORE

Paperback: £30.00 | Free Download | eBook Institution: £9.99

Archeologia dell’acqua a Gortina di Creta in età protobizantina

Elisabetta Giorgi

A study of the early Byzantine aqueduct of Gortyn (Crete). READ MORE

Paperback: £40.00 | Free Download | eBook Institution: £10.00

Tra Montaccianico e Firenze: gli Ubaldini e la città

ed. Alessandro Monti et al.

The central theme The Ubaldini and the City is the classic confrontation between feudal society and a resurgent urban form as the central instrument of organisation of European society, which is crucial to the origins of Europe as we know it today. READ MORE

Paperback: £29.00 | eBook: £16.00

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