The sacred landscape of Picenum (900-100 BC): towards a phenomenology of cult places

Betts, Eleanor (2003). The sacred landscape of Picenum (900-100 BC): towards a phenomenology of cult places. In: Wilkins, John B. and Herring, Edward eds. Inhabiting Symbols: symbol and image in the ancient Mediterranean. Accordia Specialist Studies on the Mediterranean (5). London: Accordia Research Institute, University of London, pp. 101–120.

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An introduction to a little understood Iron Age society of east central Italy and a phenomenological study of the cult cave site of Grotta Sant'Angelo (Civitella del Tronto, Italy).

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