The paper presents the first outcome of the "Quattro Dossi" project, established by University in Pavia in Valle Camonica, UNESCO site no. 94. New rock art surfaces are presented in detail, along with a complete presentation of the site of Dos dell'Arca, the first of the four rocky hills of the area. The data, both from a material culture point of view and from the iconographic side, span from late Neolithic to Iron Age, and the novelties show surprising new features.

Bridging the gap: rock art and archaeological context in the "Quattro Dossi" area (Capo di Ponte, Valcamonica, Italy).

Paolo Rondini;Alberto Marretta
2018

Abstract

The paper presents the first outcome of the "Quattro Dossi" project, established by University in Pavia in Valle Camonica, UNESCO site no. 94. New rock art surfaces are presented in detail, along with a complete presentation of the site of Dos dell'Arca, the first of the four rocky hills of the area. The data, both from a material culture point of view and from the iconographic side, span from late Neolithic to Iron Age, and the novelties show surprising new features.
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