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ⓘ Monte d'Accoddi




Monte dAccoddi
                                     

ⓘ Monte dAccoddi

Monte dAccoddi is a Neolithic archaeological site in northern Sardinia, located in the territory of Sassari near Porto Torres. The site consists of a massive raised stone platform thought to have been an altar. It was constructed by the Ozieri culture or earlier, with the oldest parts dated to around 4.000–3.650 BC.

                                     
  • historic center, archaeological sites such as the megalithic altar of Monte d Accoddi Platamona, Sedini, Tergu and Valledoria. In the Logudoro hinterland
  • menhirs, more than 2, 400 Domus de Janas and also the imponent altar of Monte d Accoddi It takes its name from the characteristic Nuraghe. The nuraghe towers
  • Sardinia earliest construction phase of the prehistoric altar of Monte d Accoddi France Saumur, Dordogne, Languedoc, Biscay, and the Mediterranean
  • si documenta pdf38 38 16.pdf Delfino, Carlo ed 2000 The Prehistoric Altar of Monte d Accoddi Archived 2012 - 05 - 19 at the Wayback Machine. pdf Archaeological Sardinia
  • from Egypt rather than selecting from their own livestock. At the Monte d Accoddi in Sardinia, one of the earliest known sacred centers in Europe, evidence
  • Ethnic Groups of Europe: An Encyclopedia, pp.321 - 325 Tempio - Altare di monte d Accoddi SardegnaTurismo. Serra, Marcello 1978 Enciclopedia della Sardegna :
  • North: Glockenkarkopf South: Punta Pesce Spada East: Capo d Otranto West: Rocca Bernauda High: Monte Bianco 4, 810 m 15, 781 ft Low: Contane on the Po Delta
  • Laerru but also in the south Sirri, Arbus Already in the Stone Age, Monte Arci played an important role. The old volcano was one of the central places
  • Thompson, L. G. Mosley - Thompson, E. Brecher, H. Davis, M. Leon, B. Les, D Lin, P. - N. Mashiotta, T. Mountain, K. 2006 Inaugural Article: Abrupt
  • towards the north, the Monte Albo 1, 057 m 3, 468 ft the Sette Fratelli Range in the southeast, and the Sulcis Mountains and the Monte Linas 1, 236 m 4
  • 21st century. The arrival of the first hominins was 850, 000 years ago at Monte Poggiolo. The presence of the Homo neanderthalensis has been demonstrated

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