Maxe, La battaglia del Mare Sardonio
Bernardini, P., P.G. Spanu, R. Zucca ed.
After the exhibition at the Antiquarium Arborense in Oristano this work was published containing contributions of scholars from France, Italy, Tunisie on the first sea battle recorded in history by Herodotos between Carthaginians and Etruscans against the Phoceans settled in Corsica, the battle of the Mar Sardonio (Sardinian Sea).
La Memoria Storica - Mythos, Cagliari-Oristano 2000
Il Mediterraneo di Herakles
Bernardini, P., R. Zucca ed.
Studies on the worship of Heracles/Melqart in the Mediterranean world in the phoenician and punic world and the association between the greek and phoenician element. Contributions by Bonnet, Marco Rendeli, Laura Breglia and many others. A short catalog of artefacts shown during the exhibition at Oristano. The studies reflect the latest point of views on the trade and colonization of the western Mediterranean and the role the association of Melqart, the phoenician god of the city Tyrus, and Herakles, the hero of the greek world, played in the cooperation of Eubeans and Phoenicians
Carocci , Roma 2005
L'ipogeo di San Salvatore
Donati, A.- R. Zucca
The small church of San Salvatore has five underground vaults with a central well. On the walls are written and drawn early Christian symbols. The place was already in use in Nuragic times.
Carlo Delfino editore , Sassari 1992
Su Nuraxi di Barumini
Lilliu, G. e R. Zucca
A description of the nuraghe Su Nuraxi by Lilliu and Zucca, taking the reader back to the first discoveries of the great nuraghe and the insight gained in the use by the people that built it and lived in or near it.
Carlo Delfino Editore , Sassari 2001
Tharros Felix 2
Mastino A, P.G. Spanu, R. Zucca ed.
This volume presents the work done during the underwater excavations around Capo Mannu. Scientists believe Capo Mannu was the site of the Korakodes portus mentioned by several ancient and medieval sources. The various texts explain how the work of underwater archaeology was undertaken and what has been examined. There are also contributions by Paolo Bernardini on the Phoenician expansion west and Carlo Tronchetti on Italian sigillata in Sardinia. This book certainly deserves to be read by everybody interested in Sardinian archaeology.
Carocci , Roma 2006
Mare Sardvm. Merci mercatio e scambi marittimi della Sardegna antica
Mastino, M. P.G. Spanu, R. Zucca
Mare Sardum is an extensive study on the relation between Sardinia and the sea in ancient times. Using literary, epigrafic and archaeological sources the authors describe the main navigation routes, ports and shipping around Sardinia. It finishes with a list of all archaeological sites of shipwrecks other finds in front of the Sardinian coast. A must read for everybody interested in ancient shipfaring.
Carocci , Roma 2005
Othoca una città sulla laguna
Nieddu, G. e R. Zucca
Othoca was one of the original Phoenician settlements. Still today elements of the later Roman period can be found in the basilica of Santa Giusta. This book treats the history of Othoca based on the archaeological remains of Phoenician, Punic and Roman times until the early christian period.
Editrice S'Alvure , Oristano 1991
The roman baths of Fordongianus (Forum Traianus) on the banks of the river Tirso. In roman times it was an important strategic stronghold for the romans to control inland Sardinia.
Carlo Delfino Editore , Sassari 1986
Il santuario nuragico di S. Vittoria di Serri
On the nuragic sanctuary on the highland plateau near Serri: S. Vittoria di Serri. The sanctuary can be considered as one of the important pan-Sardic sanctuaries, similar to what the pan-hellenic sanctuary of Delphi is for the Greeks
Carlo Delfino Editore , Sassari 1988
Il tempio di Antas
On the temple of Antas, the punic-roman temple dedicated to the god of the Sards, Sid and Sardus Pater.
Carlo Delfino Editore , Sassari 1989
Insulae Sardiniae et Corsicae
In Insulae Sardiniae et Corsicae, le isole minori della Sardegna e della Corsica nell'antichità Raimondo Zucca traces the smaller islands around Sardinia and Corsica back in the ancient and medieval sources where these were mentioned. Using the sources and comparing them with the archaeological evidence the author gives a rather surprisingly interesting picture of these minor islands and their use. Particularly of interest are the passages from the medieval nautical manuscripts that were used to describe the navigation in the western mediterranean.
Carocci , Roma 2003