Chronology: MBA 1/2
UTM WGS84 33N: 350676E 4585799N
The scattered surface potsherds have been discovered by F. M. Cifarelli during the systematic surveys carried out for his PhD. Afterwards, the sherds have been studied by C. Anastasia, who date them to the sub-phases MBA 1-2. They are still unpublished.
Anastasia, C., 2007. L’evoluzione dell'insediamento nelle valli dell'Amaseno e dell'Ufente nell'età del Bronzo e del Ferro, in , 877–81
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