№3(59)
September 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 48 December 2014

History of architecture


Zabaluyeva Tatiana R.

PhD. (Engineering), Professor,
Department of Building Design and Town Planning.
Moscow State University of Civil Engineering,
Moscow, Russia, e-mail: tzabalueva@yandex.ru

THE EMERGENCE OF MEDITERRANEAN INSULAR ARCHITECTURE IN RETROSPECT. Part II. MATURE AND LATE NEOLITHIC IN SARDINIA


The author considers mid and late Neolithic monuments in Sardinia represented by the Giants’ graves in Coddu Vecchju, Moru and Li Lolghi. The article continues to review the next stage in the development of architecture and building practice following the early Neolithic age on the islands of Cyprus and Corsica considered in the previous article. A detailed description of the monuments, their plans, and compositions are presented in terms of their role in the formation of Mediterranean architecture continuing the Neolithic stage in the evolution of this civilisation in this region.

Key words: Neolithic age, Mediterranean architecture, insular culture, burial mounds, burial grounds



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