Muranna district
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Muranna district   

Muranna 1st
In the vicinity of the Muranna farm, the presence of a flint stone industry attributed to the Epigravettian and clay and obsidian fragments dating back to the Eneolithic has been reported. F ° 258 III NE, Monte Bruca; UTM: UB411870, Altitude: 284 m. (Text source: Giovanni Mannino: Guide to the Prehistory of Palermo - List of prehistoric sites in the province of Palermo - Sicilian Institute for Political and Economic Studies)

Muranna 2st
On a modest plateau, about a hundred meters from the Muramma farm, a small scattering of clay fragments suggests the presence of a modest Eneolithic settlement. F ° 258 III NE, Monte Bruca; UTM: UB418864, Altitude: 305 m. (Text source: Giovanni Mannino: Guide to the Prehistory of Palermo - List of prehistoric sites in the province of Palermo - Sicilian Institute for Political and Economic Studies)

Bibliography and in-depth documents:

100) FIRST SICILY - AT THE ORIGINS OF SICILIAN SOCIETY - volume first edited by Sebastiano Tusa Palermo 1997.

198) D. Petruso - V. Forgia - L. Sineo: The human population of Sicily: an interdisciplinary review in the Archive for Anthropology and Ethnology - Vol. CXLIV (2014) Download file:  SINEO et al

201) Ignazio Messana: When elephants lived in Sicily. Flag - Gulfs of Castellammare and Carini - 2019

Ignazio Caloggero:

History of Sicily - 1.2. Paleolithic and Mesolithic:

History of Sicily - 1.2.1: Religious sentiments and burials in the Paleolithic and Mesolithic

History of Sicily - 1.2.2: Art in the Paleolithic and Mesolithic

History of Sicily - 1.2.3: Archaeological sites of the Sicilian Paleolithic and Mesolithic

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Information contributions: Ignazio Caloggero Web

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