Explorations conducted by speleological groups are a precious source of information on the use of natural caves in different periods, especially during the Metal Ages. Pottery shards dating from the Middle Bronze Age were recently found in southem Latium in the Caverna di San Pietro a Campea, the Grotta del Pistocchino and the Grotta La Sassa. Investigations by teams from the universities of Tor Vergata (Rome) and Groningen (Netherlands) in the La Sassa cave also discovered a Copper-Age burial area and a rich deposit of Pleistocene fauna.
|Vertaalde titel van de bijdrage||Use of natural caves during the Middle Bronze Age: new data from Southern Latium|
|Tijdschrift||Bollettino della Unione Storia ed Arte|
|Status||Published - 2016|