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Tamuli Tomba C

Tomba di Giganti

<b>Tamuli Tomba C</b>Posted by salsImage © Beardy
Latitude:40° 15' 40.73" N
Longitude:   8° 43' 6.54" E

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As you go up the hill to Tamuli, the first tomba, known as tomba C, is to the right.

It's the smallest of the 3 here, and is irregular in shape. It's hard to work it out, but there is a narrow corridor, and the front of the grave has a paved forecourt but is missing the typical esedra. Remains found outside it have dated it to 1500 - 1200 BCE.
sals Posted by sals
22nd May 2008ce