I popoli del mare (Shardana i popoli del mare Vol. 1) (Italian Edition)
Around BC the Phoenicians began visiting Sardinia with increasing frequency.
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The expedition failed and this caused a political revolution in Carthage, from which Mago emerged. He launched another expedition against the island, in BC, after the Sardinians attacked the Phoenicians' coastal cities. The Carthaginians, after a number of military campaigns in which Mago died and was replaced by his brother Hamilcar, overcame the Sardinians and conquered coastal Sardinia, the Iglesiente with its mines and the southern plains.
The Nuragic civilization survived in the mountainous mainland of the island. Sardinia together with Corsica became a Roman province Corsica et Sardinia , however the Greek geographer Strabo confirms the survival, in the interior of the island, of the Nuragic civilization even in Imperial times.
The Nuragic civilization was probably based on clans, each led by a chief, with people living in villages of roundhouses with straw roofs, very similar to the modern pinnettas of the Barbagia shepherds. Religion and fighting both had a strong role in this society, which has led scholars to the hypothesis that the Nuragic civilization was a theocracy.
Some Nuraghe bronzes clearly portray the figures of chief-kings, recognizable by their wearing a cloak and carrying a staff with bosses. Also depicted are other classes, including miners, artisans, musicians, wrestlers the latter similar to those of the Minoan civilizations and many fighting men, which has led scholars to think of a warlike society, with precise military divisions archers , infantrymen. Different uniforms could belong to different cantons or clans, or to different military units.
Some small bronzes also give clues about Nuragic personal care and fashion. Women generally had long hair; men sported two long braids on each side of the face, while their head hair was cut very short or else covered by a leather cap. Throughout the second millennium and into the first part of the first millennium BC, Sardinia was inhabited by the single extensive and uniform cultural group represented by the Nuragic people.
Centuries later, Roman sources describe the island as inhabited by numerous tribes which had gradually merged culturally.
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They however maintained their political identities and the tribes often fought each other for control of the most valuable land. The most important Nuragic populations mentioned include the Balares , the Corsi and the Ilienses , the latter defying the Romanization process and living in what had been called Civitatas Barbarie now Barbagia. The representations of animals, such as the bull , belong most likely to pre-Nuragic civilizations, however they kept their importance among the Nuraghe people, and were frequently depicted on ships, bronze vases, used in religious rites.
Small bronze sculptures depicting half-man, half-bull figures have been found, as well as characters with four arms and eyes and two-headed deers: Another holy animal which was frequently depicted is the dove. Also having a religious role were perhaps the small chiseled discs, with geometrical patterns, known as pintadera , although their function has not been identified yet. A key element of the Nuragic religion was that of fertility, connected to the male power of the Bull-Sun and the female one of Water-Moon. An important role was that of mythological heroes such as Norax , Sardus , Iolaos and Aristeus , military leaders considered also as divinities.
The excavations have proved that the Nuragic people, in determinate periods of the year, gathered in common holy places, usually characterized by sitting steps and the presence of a holy pit. In some holy areas, such as Gremanu at Fonni , Serra Orrios at Dorgali and S'Arcu 'e is forros at Villagrande Strisaili , there were rectangular temples, with central holy room housing perhaps a holy fire. Some structures could have a "federal" Sardinian role, such as the sanctuary of Santa Vittoria near Serri , including both religious and civil buildings: At least twenty of such multirole structures are known, including those of Santa Cristina at Paulilatino and of Siligo ; some have been re-used as Christian temples such as the cumbessias of San Salvatore in Sinis at Cabras.
The Holy wells were structures dedicated to the cult of waters. Though initially assigned to the 8th to 6th centuries BC, due to their advanced buildings techniques, they most likely date to the earlier Bronze Age, when Sardinia had strong relationships with the Mycenaean kingdoms of Greece and Crete.
I popoli del mare (Shardana i popoli del mare Vol. 1) (Italian Edition)
The architecture of the Nuragic Holy wells follows the same pattern as that of the nuraghe, the main part consisting of a circular room with a tholos vault with a hole at the summit. A monumental staircase connected the entrance to this subterranean hypogeum room, whose main role is to collect the water of the sacred spring. The exterior walls feature stone benches where offerings and religious objects were placed by the faithful. Some sites also had sacrificial altars. Some scholars think that these could be dedicated to Sardus, one of the main Nuragic divinities.
A sacred pit similar to those of Sardinia has been found in western Bulgaria , near the village of Garlo. Located in various parts of the Island and dedicated to the cult of the healthy waters, these unique buildings are an architectural manifestation that reflects the cultural vitality of the nuragic peoples and their interaction with the coeval mediterranean civilizations. In fact, many scholars see in these buildings foreign Aegean influences.
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