A walk in the Bronze Age
|(CH 1903)||E 724078||N 94426||H 1029.9|
|(WGS 84)||Long. 9.040||Lat. 45.990|
Naturalistic, Landscape, Didactic, Hiking, Archaeological
Archaeological excavations carried out between 2004 and 2010 by the P. Giovio Archeological Museum of Como have allowed us to reconstruct the history of the site. Six stages of human activity have been recognized: Stage I – ordering of the area: construction of a boundary wall and levelling of the area. Stage II – first use: construction of rectangular huts. Stages III-IV – second use: construction of new buildings and renovations of older houses. Stage V – abandonment of the area with only sporadic traces of human activity. Stage VI – agricultural and military adaptations of the modern era.