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An agricultural field of Hellenistic date at Pauli Stincus, Terralba, Sardinia

  • Peter van Dommelen (a1), Samantha Lash (a1), Matthew Naglak (a2), Cristiano Nicosia (a3), Guillem Pérez Jordà (a4) and Damià Ramis (a5)...
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Excavation at Pauli Stincus in Sardinia has revealed an ancient plough soil, with associated evidence of intensive prehistoric agricultural activities.

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