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Complesso di Sant'Imbenia

a Pleiades place resource

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Last modified Apr 13, 2021 10:08 PM History
A bronze age settlement on the northwest shore of the Bay of Porto Conte in western Sardinia. Excavations revealed a nuraghe and associated village, as well as indigenous, Phoenician, Levantine, and Greek ceramics. Activity at the site seems to have started as early as 1500 BCE and continued until the 7th century BCE.

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nuraghe, settlement


The site is located just north of the modern Baia di Conte hotel and resort. Excavated portions of a Roman-era villa also known as "Sant'Imbenia" lie just on the south side of the resort.

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Tom Elliott, 'Complesso di Sant'Imbenia: a Pleiades place resource', Pleiades: A Gazetteer of Past Places, 2021 <> [accessed: 20 June 2024]

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