The Sinis Peninsula represents one of the most paradigmatic examples in Sardinia (Italy) a highly dynamic, ever-evolving landscape in which the traces of previous historical settlements interact with the current one. Despite that, the local landscape is mainly perceived as a postcard for tourists’ use and consumption. Lots of archaic evidence of an ancient, sometimes glorious, past is considered as a background for institutional or commercial communication, and extensive, in-depth readings of the historical landscape are dramatically rare. The upcoming public opening of the Mont’e Prama archaeological site in Cabras could allow an overturning of the perception of the site, and it could represent a good practice example for museification of the whole regional archaeological heritage. The large peninsula is a geographic, complex whole that unfolds from the sea and the coastal deserts of Is Arenas to the pond of Cabras wetlands; from the central basaltic plateau of Montiferru, up to the plains of the Campidano.

The Nuragic Heroon of Mont’e Prama. From the excavation to the project

Chiri Gianmarco;Pisu Davide
2022-01-01

Abstract

The Sinis Peninsula represents one of the most paradigmatic examples in Sardinia (Italy) a highly dynamic, ever-evolving landscape in which the traces of previous historical settlements interact with the current one. Despite that, the local landscape is mainly perceived as a postcard for tourists’ use and consumption. Lots of archaic evidence of an ancient, sometimes glorious, past is considered as a background for institutional or commercial communication, and extensive, in-depth readings of the historical landscape are dramatically rare. The upcoming public opening of the Mont’e Prama archaeological site in Cabras could allow an overturning of the perception of the site, and it could represent a good practice example for museification of the whole regional archaeological heritage. The large peninsula is a geographic, complex whole that unfolds from the sea and the coastal deserts of Is Arenas to the pond of Cabras wetlands; from the central basaltic plateau of Montiferru, up to the plains of the Campidano.
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