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Die Pfahlbaufundstelle Tombola © Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Verona

  Cerea  |     Tombola

Kurzbeschreibung
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The site of Tombola at Cerea is an important example of a pile-dwelling settlement on an ancient waterway. Numerous pottery finds, bronze artefacts and objects in bone were discovered during digs and numerous timbers were identified. The majority were aligned vertical piles, together with horizontal beams and boards that define structures with a squarefloor plan. The archaeological finds indicate a date at end of the Middle Bronze Age and the start of the Late Bronze Age. According to the results of the dendrochronological analysis, the first settlement dates to between 1425 and 1413 BC.

Bronzezeit

Mittlere - frühe Späte Bronzezeit

Feuchtgebiet im Naturpark von Cerea

15 m.ü.N.N.

Größe Fundstelle 1,5 ha / ca. 2 Fussballfelder

Größe Pufferzone 123,76 ha / ca. 173 Fussballfelder



Funde der Pfahlbaufundstelle Tombola © Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Verona

Aktuelle Aktivitäten
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Ongoing protection action and enhencement activities

Pfahlbauten hautnah
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It is possible to visit the natural park

A special hall will be dedicated in Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Verona, currently closed for restoration, to the archaeological material from the UNESCO sites in the province of Verona