(Giglio) Etruria, Italy.
Cited by various Latin writers (Caesar, Pliny, Pomponius
Mela, Rutilius Namatianus), the island was inhabited
from the Stone Age into the Roman era. Many discoveries have been made on land and in the sea. Roman
remains are visible at Giglio Porto (Villa Marittima).
XI, 2643; G. Pellegrini, NSc
95-97; P. Raveggi, NSc
(1919) 275-79; EAA
895 (G. Maetzke); Bizzarri, StEtr
33 (1965) 81ff, 515-20; Uggeri & Bronson, StEtr
38 (1970) 202-5; G. Monaco in FA
, vols. 14 to 20; StEtr
(Rassegna Scavi e scoperte) 28 (1960) to 41 (1973).