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In: Erentzias, Rivista della Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici per le province di Sassari e Nuoro.
Recent investigations have led to the discovery of an important hypogeum, rich in decorations especially painted in the necropolis of Sa Pala Larga di Bonorva in Sardinia, which in the past had already given back significant examples of prenuragic funerary art. The article describes the necropolis and the stratigraphic sequence of the excavation of the tomb. The descriptive elements of the architecture and decoration of the monument are also exhibited. Finally, the conservation conditions of the paintings are analyzed.
Author(s): Costanzi Cobau, A., Sartor, F. e Usai, L.
Year Published: 2011
Language / Translations: Italiano