Puleri or Marfisi cave
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Puleri or Marfisi cave   

Traveling along the provincial road n. 285, Termini Imerese-Caccamo at the height of km 6, at the foot of a wall of articulated rocks opens the cave with a cuspidate entrance, about 4 meters wide and half the height. The cavity consists of a single room of about 40 square meters. with a tread surface of dusty soil, with a negative slope, repeatedly upset. In the “A. Salinas ”there are several fragments of figuline pottery with trichrome decoration with the sole indication of the cave. In the Termitan Museum there is a small collection, partly coming from 
from the excavations of Carmelo Palumbo. They are clay fragments: from the trichrome Neolithic, from the Eneolithic and from the Ancient Bronze Age. During an excursion to the cave by the Archeoclub of Termini Imerese, a beautiful fragment of a keeled bowl with bell-shaped decoration was collected on the surface and is now kept in the Antiquarium of Himera. The cave retains part of the ancient deposit which has been partially remodeled. F ° 259 IV NE, Termini Imerese; UTM: UC83920327, Altitude: 320 m,
Development m 10. (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)  (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)

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