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Excavations at the high altitude mesolithic site of Laghetti del Crestoso (Bovegno, Brescia-northern Italy)

Excavations at the high altitude mesolithic site of Laghetti del Crestoso (Bovegno, Brescia-northern Italy)

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Published by Ateneo di Brescia, Accademia di scienze lettere ed arti in [Brescia .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Carlo Baroni and Paolo Biagi ; with contributions by Ian Hedley ...[et al.].
SeriesSupplemento ai Commentari dell"Ateneo di Brescia -- 1997
ContributionsBaroni, C., Biagi, Paolo, 1948-, Hedley, Ian.
The Physical Object
Pagination109p. ;
Number of Pages109
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18646111M

The excavation of the Roman forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover, The extensive archaeological programme of rescue-excavation ahead of report in the Kent monograph series) [Philp, Brian] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The excavation of the Roman forts of the Classis Britannica at Dover, The extensive archaeological programme of rescue 5/5(1). lithic and Mesolithic sites, characterised by microlithic tools, just south of the Karachi University Campus and along the coast of Las Bela, in Baluchistan. Preface The first Mesolithic site of Upper Sindh was discovered in March , east of the town of Thari, during a prelimi-nary survey of the area. It was located on the top of a.

The timing and regional development of high‐altitude human populations are usually attributed to Mesolithic cultures using alpine areas to hunt game. The Italian central Alps provide an interesting example of such practices, with almost sites discovered between and m a.s.l in the Dolomites (Cusinato et by: A final example of a high-altitude site is Laghetti del Crestoso, at 2, meters above sea level in the Brescian Alps, dated to the middle Atlantic (6,± b.p., or .

  Fourteen-year-long archaeological excavations in the Parc National des Écrins in the southern Alps have provided evidence of human activity from the Mesolithic to the Post-Medieval period. THE EXCAVATIONS. Enter.


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Excavations at the High Altitude Mesolithic Site of Laghetti Del Crestoso (Bovegno, Brescia-Northern Italy). Excavations of the high altitude Mesolithic site of Laghetti del Crestoso (Bovegno, Brescia - Northern Italy). Final report of the excavations carried out at the High-altitude Lete Mesolithic site of Laghetti del Crestoso in Valcamonica (central Italian Alps).

Title: Book Review: Excavations at the high altitude Mesolithic site of Laghetti del Crestoso (Bovegno, Brescia, northern Italy) Authors: Andric, Maja. Final report of the excavations carried ou at the Late Mesolithic, Castelnovian campo of Laghetti del Crestoso, located at m of altitide in the upper Valcamonica alpine gangAuthor: BARONI B.

and BIAGI P. Excavations at the high-altitude Late Mesolithic site of Laghetti del Crestoso in the upper Camonica Valley (Brescian Central Alps) were carried out between and They brough to light an almost intact Castelnovian camp located along the.

Final report of the excavations carried ou at the Late Mesolithic, Castelnovian campo of Laghetti del Crestoso, located at m of altitide in the upper Valcamonica alpine gang Publisher: Ateneo di BresciaAuthor: BARONI B.

and BIAGI P. Excavation of Mound 7, Gran Quivira National Monument, New Mexico (Publications in archeology) [Alden C Hayes, Jon Nathan Young, A. Warren] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excavation of Mound 7, Gran Quivira National Monument, New Mexico (Publications Author: Alden C Hayes, Jon Nathan Young, A.

Warren. The site of Laghetti del Crestoso is along the northern shore of the lower lake at an altitude of metres, close to a pass that links Val Camonica with Val Trompia (BARONI et al., ). It was excavated between and over a surface of 40 square metres. It is supposed that the site covers an area of some square metres.

luno”, carried out the first season of excavations at the site of Pian de La Lóra, an open-air Mesolithic station located at m a.s.l. in the western fringe of the Civetta Group (Venetian Dolomites.

research methods successfully applied at the Late Mesolithic alpine site of Laghetti del Crestoso (Bovegno, Brescia), trace wear analysis of the whole toolkit will soon aswer this question. Site location in Val Civetta, looking southward from Col Rean.

Pan of the excavation area, looking northward. Site location on the moraine, as seen. The mesolithic site of Laghetti del Crestoso (LC1) (Bovegno, Brescia) is located in the upper Va1 Trompia, along the northern shore of the lower of the two. Four studies can be summarized here: (1) Laghetti del Crestoso is a hunting site, located at 2, m asl.

The industry has been described as Late Castelnovian and dated to the Middle Atlantic. Microwear studies have shown that the tools had been used for both hunting and butchering. (2) Lago delle Buse 2 is another hunting site at 2, m asl. Table of Contents.

Previous Issue Volume 9 Issue 1, January Next Issue Articles. Book Review: Excavations at the high altitude Mesolithic site of Laghetti del Crestoso (Bovegno, Brescia, northern Italy) Maja Andric. Maja Andric. University of Ljubljana. Laghetti del Crestoso: a high-altitude Castelnovian camp in its environmental setting.

In The Neolithisation of the Alpine region Biagi P. (ed.) Monographie di “Natura Bresciana”, 13, 43– Excavations at the high altitude Mesolithic site of Laghetti del Crestoso Cited by: 7) Baroni C. e Biagi P. (eds.) - Excavations at the high altitude Mesolithic site of Laghetti del Crestoso (Bovegno, Brescia - Northern Italy).

Monografie dell'Ateneo di SS LL AA di Brescia. Brescia. 8) Biagi P (ed.) Studi sul Paleolitico, Mesolitico e Neolitico del. BARONI B.; BIAGI P. (), Excavations at the High Altitude Mesolithic Site of Laghetti del Crestoso (Bovegno, Brescia - Northern Italy), BRESCIA, Ateneo di Brescia, vol.

1, pp. Link al documento: / abstract. Baroni C. & Biagi P. (eds.) – Excavation at the high altitude me-solithic site of Laghetti del Crestoso (Bovegno, Brescia – nor-thern Italy), Ateneo di Brescia, Accademia di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti, Brescia: pp.

Poggiani Keller R., - Il sito cultuale. Excavated by Max Escalon de Fonton during –, the Montclus rock-shelter is one of the most important reference sites for the Mesolithic of Southern France. It offers an important stratigraphic sequence spanning from the Early Mesolithic (Montclusian) to the Late by: 1.

More than Mesolithic sites are located in eastern Trentino or close to the Adige Valley and only 4 on the western side of Lake Garda, where the Ledro valley lies (Kompatscher and Hrozny Kompatscher,Cavulli and Grimaldi,Cavulli et al.,Franco, ).Cited by: 3.

Site location: NGR / SMR OFMichael Ryan* Fig Location map of Broughal, Co. Offaly [OSI] This Early Mesolithic site was discovered on a gravel ridge on the shore of Lough Boora near Birr, Co.

Offaly and was excavated in (Fig. ).Mesolithic high altitude site has been dated in Trentino: the open air Colbricon 1 site (eastern Lagorai mountains, at about m.a.s.l.; Broglio and Improta, ).

It is worth to mention that several other undated open air sites, which differ in topographical features as well as settlement typology, have been found in the Colbricon area.Late Mesolithic Castelnovian sites occur also at some m of altitude (Fig.

6). So far the only excavated one is Laghetti del Crestoso (BARONI & BIAGI, ) (Fig. 1, n. 9). Three research seasons have yielded evidence of a complex Late Mesolithic, Castelnovian seasonal camp that was settled in two different periods of the Atlantic period.