La terramara Santa Rosa di Poviglio : strutture tra Villaggio Piccolo e Villaggio Grande : Nuovi dati dallo scavo 2015

Giorgio Baratti, M. Cremaschi, A. Mutti, F. Borgi, F. Brandolini, N. Donati, P. Ferrari, G. Fronza, T. Lachenal, A. Zerboni

Risultato della ricerca: Contributo in rivistaArticolo in rivista

Abstract

The Terramara S. Rosa di Poviglio (Reggio Emilia, Po Plain of Northern Italy) whose excavation started in 1984, consists of two dwelling areas indicated as “Villaggio Piccolo” (VP) and “Villaggio Grande” (VG), dating back to the Middle Bronze Age (MBA) and to the Recent Bronze Age (RBA), respectively. The two areas are separated by a moat which, according to recent geophys- ical prospections, is crossed by a passage connecting the VP to the VG. This structure was investigated in the 2015 field opera- tion by opening a long excavation trench. The bottom of the moat was found to have been in use for a long period, from the late MBA to the RBA. Evidence of huge wooden structures, consisting of regular alignments of post holes, were found at the fringe of the VP. The margin of the moat close to the VP was covered by thick dumps, dating mostly to the RBA, discarded from the dwelling areas of the village into the moat. However inside these deposits, an exceptional quantity of small bronze items was re- covered which probably have to be related to an area of metallurgic activities
Titolo tradotto del contributo[Autom. eng. transl.] The terramara Santa Rosa di Poviglio: structures between the Small Village and the Large Village: New data from the 2015 excavation
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)1-13
Numero di pagine13
RivistaFOLD&R.
Volume2016
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2016

Keywords

  • Bronzo Medio e Recente
  • Middle Bronze Age (MBA) and Recent Bronze Age (RBA)
  • Terramare

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