Urban Planning in the Greek Colonies of Sicily and Magna Graecia in the 8th-6th centuries BCE

Hayden, Olivia Eve

Although ancient Greeks were traversing the western Mediterranean as early as the Mycenaean Period, the end of the Dark Age saw a surge of Greek colonial activity throughout the Mediterranean. Contemporary cities of the Greek homeland were in the process of growing from small, irregularly planned settlements into organized urban spaces. By contrast, the colonies founded overseas in th... read more

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