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The Dolmen of Monte Bubbonia

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Salvatore Piccolo
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published on 06 November 2017
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The Dolmen of Monte Bubbonia, near Gela town, in Sicily

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About the Author

Salvatore Piccolo
Salvatore Piccolo is an archaeologist. His excavations include the dolmens of Sicily where in "Cava dei Servi", he found human remains and ceramic fragments that have unravelled the mystery of the function and chronology of Mediterranean dolmens.

References

  • Salvatore Piccolo. Ancient Stones: The Prehistoric Dolmens of Sicily. UK: Thornam/Norfolk, 2013

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Piccolo, S. (2017, November 06). The Dolmen of Monte Bubbonia. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/7538/the-dolmen-of-monte-bubbonia/

Chicago Style

Piccolo, Salvatore. "The Dolmen of Monte Bubbonia." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified November 06, 2017. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/7538/the-dolmen-of-monte-bubbonia/.

MLA Style

Piccolo, Salvatore. "The Dolmen of Monte Bubbonia." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 06 Nov 2017. Web. 20 Apr 2021.

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