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Excavations at Francavilla Marittima 1991–2004: Matt-Painted Pottery from theTimpone della Motta / Volume 2 The Cross-Hatched Bands StyleMarianne Kleibrink, Marianna Fasanella Masci and Lucilla Barresi
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This 2nd volume of the Oenotrian matt-painted pottery found during the excavations at Francavilla Marittima (Calabria) in the sanctuary on top of the Timpone della Motta and in the dwellings lower down the hill presents a decorative tradition labelled the 'Cross-hatching Bands Style'. An earlier BAR volume (S2423) treated the 'Undulating Bands Style' and further BAR volumes on the 'Fringes', 'Miniature' and 'Red-and-Black' Styles will hopefully follow. The books reflect the views of Prof. Douwe Yntema, in that matt-painted ceramics indicate one of the major starting points for investigations into the native societies of southern Italy and should merit closer study.