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PREHISTORIC CEMETERY OF ELEPHANTS IN ROME

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The Polledrara of Cecanibbio
A field to fossil elephants over 300,000 years ago

The territory north-west of Rome extends from the slopes of the volcanic Sabatino returned to the coastal plain, over the past decades, several traces of human settlement dating back to the animal and middle-upper Pleistocene.

These include the site of the Polledrara Cecanibbio for the richness of its archeological and paleontological is certainly one of the most important deposits in ancient elephant (Palaeoloxodon antiquus). (archeoroma.beniculturali.it/)

Interview: Anna de Santis – Archaeological Superintendence of Rome, Patrizia Joy Superintendency of Rome Capital, archaeologist Anna Paola Anzidei

The territory north-west of Rome extends from the slopes of the volcanic Sabatino returned to the coastal plain, over the past decades, several traces of human settlement dating back to the animal and middle-upper Pleistocene.[/caption] [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wT6TBZHGtz4&w=640&h=360]

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