Lixus (Morocco): from a Mauretanian sanctuary to an Augustan palace

@article{Aranegui2009LixusF,
  title={Lixus (Morocco): from a Mauretanian sanctuary to an Augustan palace},
  author={Carmen Aranegui and Ricardo Mar},
  journal={Papers of the British School at Rome},
  year={2009},
  volume={77},
  pages={29 - 64}
}
Questo articolo riesamina il lavoro di M. Ponsich, pubblicato nel 1981, sul centro monumentale di Lixus (Morocco). Egli interpretava le strutture trovate negli scavi iniziati da Tarradell nel 1948 come un ínsieme di santuari tra loro legati e databili principalmente in epoca romana. Il nuovo esame dei resti conservati insieme con i più recenti scavi ci permettono di riesaminare questa parte del sito. È possibile identificare i resti di un grande santuario di periodo mauretano (IV-I secolo a.C… 

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