Longara (Sezze)

Longara (Sezze)

Settlement
Chronology: MBA
UTM WGS84 33N: 341153E 4599203N

Few ceramic sherds have been found in the sixties, in the northern part of the Suso Valley, in Longara (Zaccheo & Pasquali 1972). They have been dated to MBA (Rosini 1996a).  Some connection can be hypothesized with the Vittorio Vecchi Cave, that is only 750 meters away.

Longara

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Zaccheo, L. & F. Pasquali, 1972. Sezze dalla preistoria all’età romana. Sezze
Rosini, L., 1996a. Longara, in Repertorio dei siti protostorici del Lazio - provincie di Rieti e Latina, a c. di C. Belardelli & P. Pascucci, 63–64

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Faunal remains from SU 9: a: ox incisor; b: fragment of dog mandible; c: sheep/goat phalanx; d: deer phalanx; e: pig metapodial

La Sassa faunal remains

The Copper Age layers

The Copper Age layers of Grotta La Sassa have yielded around 1000 zooarchaeological remains. Only 288 could ...
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La Sassa human bones

 
Campaigns 2014 and 2015
Few human bones have been collected in 2014 and in 2015. Bones from rooms 3 and 4 have ...
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La Sassa project

The project
After the discovery of the cave, all the sherds and bones on the surface, more than 500, were collected and ...
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La Sassa potsherds

The 2015 campaign

 

In 2015, some potsherds were collected inside the cave, on the surface. The potsherd n. 1 has been ...
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Early Bronze Age and Middle Bronze Age in the Pontine Plain

The Early Bronze Age (EBA, 2300-1700 BCE)
In Pontine Plain, the investigations of the Groningen Institute of Archaeology in the plain of ...
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Proprietà Ricci (Sezze)

Settlement
Chronology: MBA 1/2
UTM WGS84 33N: 336359E 4592118N

 

Potsherds from Proprietà Ricci, after Bakels et alii 2015In the 2010s, some pollen ...
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