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Around the end of the VIII century bC the gulf of Taranto reaches a primary role in the process of colonization of South Italy and Sicily. In a geomorphologic tight space five colonies are founded (Taranto, Sibari, Crotone, Caulonia e Locri) to which two others are added during the next century (Metaponto, Siris).
Achean colonial settlements acquire in this context a leading role according with their substance and the consequent ability of interaction with the others Ionian coastal centers.
The research grant is intended for the depth analyses of one of the principal archaeological markers: pottery productions of the archaic and classical period of the Ionian coastal site, primarily of the achean ones.
Global analyses of pottery productions dated between VIII and VI century bC will significantly contribute to enlarge documentary basis functional to historical reconstruction of this sites.
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History - Archaeology
Master degree in Archaeology with a dissertation in Archaeology of Magna Grecia.
Certified experiences with public research establishments on graphic documentation and classification of pottery coming from Magna Grecia and Sicily.
Certified experience of archaeological excavations in South Italy.
Certified knowledge of historical-archaeological problems of the Greek colonies of the Ionian coast of Calabria.
Postgraduate Diploma in Classical Archaeology.
The competition will be carried out by an evaluation of titles and examination, by means of an interview
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