H 290 x W 205 mm
Illustrated throughout in colour and black & white (60 colour plates)
Published Apr 2018
Palagruža is a remote Croatian archipelago in the middle of the Adriatic Sea, unexpectedly abundant in high-grade archaeological evidence, dating precisely from the three periods of later Adriatic prehistory marked by radical change.
Preface; 1 Natural environment and research history; 2 Sites: Salamandrija (Archaeological investigations 1992-2009; Pottery; Flaked stone artifacts; Ground stone artifacts; Artifacts made of mollusk shells; Diachronic change in intensity of activities); Other sites (Jankotova njiva; Pod lozje; Vartli; Stradun; Mala Palagruža); 3 Palagruža and Adriatic prehistory (Small islands and great journeys; Palagruža and early farming; Pottery styles of the third millennium BC; Palagruža in third millennium BC); 4 Appendix to Chapter 3.3: List of Sites; Bibliography