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Archaeological site of Tamuli

 

The archaeological area of Tamuli, in central- north Sardinia in the Marghine region, is one of the most impressive Nuragic settlements in the island. It consists of three giants%u2019 graves, a nuraghe and a village, dating from the Middle and Late Bronze Age (16th-13th century BC). The most important is tomb I. Well- preserved, it is made of an intact large exedra, with the entrance to the burial chamber in the middle through a pierced trapezoidal slab. A bench with 27 blocks is along the exedra. Near the exedra and around the tomb, many variously shaped ashlars


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ETHNOGRAPHIC MUSEUM ' OLD ARTS '

A building of the mid 19th century, originally a country residence of landowners in the area, houses the Museum. The building retains the traditional Sardinian architecture with the jambs and architraves of Windows and doors made of local stone, basalt and trachyte, as well as the masonry structures. On the inside, perfectly preserved, are the wooden stairs, beams, the "taulatu" flooring and stone fireplaces. The rich documentary collection includes about three thousand pieces, recovered locally thanks to the collaboration of the population often donated their artifacts and tools. The exhibits


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NECROPOLIS OF FILIGOSA

The site is located at the foot of the hill where the nuraghe Ruiu, Marghine, Central-Northern Sardinia. The necropolis is known for giving its name to the eneolithic culture of Filigosa-Abealzu. Includes four tombs, three of them dug at the foot of the Hill, the fourth to a higher level. Burials have corridors that follow the natural inclination of the rock and on the floor, centrally located, there is a circular hearth. The cemetery was in use from the mid 3rd millennium at the beginning of the 2nd millennium BC.


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SANTA BARBARA NURAGHE

the dolmen is located on a basalt shelf, on the slopes of Mount M, in a dominant position on the plain of Abbasanta, Marghine, in Central-Northern Sardinia. The building, one of the best known of the island, is a complex consists of a central tower and by a rampart with four-sided courtyard open to the sky. It was defended by a rampart, detected by General Of Marmora, who currently is just readable on the campaign plane. The bastion (height 8.80 m) includes four towers connected by curtain walls, concave-convex profile, constructed with basalt blocks just blanks and arranged on horizontal cour


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NURAGHE SUCCORONIS

The nuraghe is situated on an outcrop, magmatism in the Marghine, regiore in the North-Central Sardinia. The building is a single tower which conserves the Chamber, accessed by a corridor with stair and niche, and has three subsidiaries. The Tower (14.20 m diameter height m 1;/1.80) is built in the lower rows with large blocks; These overlap smaller boulders, carefully finished and implemented on regular horizontal courses. On the external wall are visible some light Sockets, triangular or quadrangular, almost.


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