Paesaggio mesolitico - mesolithic landscape   23425
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1 Ra Gusela
2 Forcella Giau
3 Cima Lastoni de Formin
4 Cima Ambrizzola
5 Punta Nera
6 Sorapiss m. 3191
7 Forcella Ambrizzola
8 Sepoltura mesolitica di Mondeval
9 Becco di Mezzodì
10 Rocchetta di Prendera
11 Col Duro
12 Col Rean
13 Col de la Puina
14 Pelmo

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Location: Mondeval (2300 m)      by: Alvise Bonaldo
Area: Dolomiten      Date: 12.7.2009
In 1987 a well preserved burial of a young male (perhaps a hunter) was found under a big rock on the right (east) side of Mondeval plateau, above Val Fiorentina. Carbon-14 datation confirmed its age: more or less seven thousand years from today!!This is the most ancient mesolithic discovery in highlands of whole Europe, nearly two thousands years older than Oetzi.
Thanks to isolation and silence of this site, and its incredible beautiness, it's not difficult to feel "mesolithic" sensations in here.

Comments

Fantastica, dà proprio quell'idea
2009/07/14 09:04 , Stefano Caldera
Fascinating, Alvise. Not only because of the interesting story behind, but also especially for me, because I have seen and photgraphed those peaks so often this year without being able to look "over the edge".
2009/07/14 19:22 , Arne Rönsch

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