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For syntheses, see especially Boersma 1990; Yntema 1993a; Burgers 1998. 42 Iron Age dwellings have been unearthed at such sites as Otranto, Cavallino, Vaste, Valesio, Oria, S. Vito dei Normanni and I Fani. For a comprehensive overview, see D’Andria 1990; Russo Tagliente 1992. 43 Yntema 1993a, 157. 44 Lombardo 1994. Unfortunately, most of these stelae have been found in secondary contexts, which hampers verification of their conventional interpretation as being related to cult activities. Lombardo’s interpretation of them as funerary markers is based on a lucid examination of relevant written sources and archaeological data.

Archaeologically, the most convincing argument is that in the few cases where such stelae have been found in situ, they are related to later, formal graveyards, which suggests continuity in the use of formal space. 45 Pancrazzi 1979, 233–35; D’Andria 1991, 409–13. 46 Bottini and Guzzo 1986. 268 GERT-JAN BURGERS We should recall in this context that similar competitive tendencies have been identified in the pre-colonial Sybaritide, where they were related to a process of settlement expansion in the territories of the major sites.

Major subcoastal hill-top sites were built at fairly even distances (3–5 km apart), each controlling a corresponding territory. After a process of concentration and selection during the Final Bronze Age, favouring the best-defended sites, such as Broglio di Trebisacce and Torre Mordillo, the project team found evidence of settlement expansion in the early Iron Age (Fig. 2). g. 23 The emergence of these sites has been interpreted as the infill process by which major centres populated their already established territories.

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