Cyclopean Walls of Monte Carbolino

On Monte Carbolino you can see a series of terracing made with polygonal or cyclopean walls. The walls follow the slope and are made with a outer wall and a supporting filling in the middle using smaller stones that connects them to the slope.
The walls were discovered by the archaeologists Paribeni and Mengarelli along with a tomb of the eighth century BC and other material dating back to the sixth century BC.

 

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Guide of Sermoneta

Guide of Sermoneta

Sermoneta is located in a strategic place, along the Piedmont road that connected Rome and Naples after the Appian Way […]