Lisca Bianca and Bottaro
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Lisca Bianca and Bottaro

Wall structures of the Roman imperial age, at 20 m. of depth, near Lisca Bianca and Bottaro

Text source:  UNESCO Management Plan of the Aeolian Islands 

Eneolithic (?)

Black bone together with White bone are the remains of ancient volcanic vents. Lblack isca Unlike white bone it is now little more than a rock that emerges from the sea. 

Bibliography and further in-depth documents:  Marine cultural heritage sites table (Superintendence of the Sea)   https://www2.regione.sicilia.it/beniculturali/archeologiasottomarina/sit/messina/Tabella_BC_ME_EOLIE.pdf

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

235) Meligunìs - Lipàra Vol. I: The prehistoric station of the Diana district and the protohistoric necropolis of LipariBy Luigi Bernabò Brea and Madeleine Cavalier - Publications of the Aeolian Museum of Lipari - Flaccovio publisher, Palermo 1960

236) Meligunìs - Lipàra Vol. II: The Greek and Roman necropolis in the Diana district By Luigi Bernabò Brea and Madeleine Cavalier - Publications of the Aeolian Museum of Lipari - Flaccovio publisher. Palermo 1965

237) Meligunìs - Lipàra Vol. III: Prehistoric stations of the Panarea, Salina and Stromboli islands By Luigi Bernabò Brea and Madeleine Cavalier - Publications of the Aeolian Museum of Lipari - Flaccovio publisher. Palermo 1968

Ignazio Caloggero: History of Sicily Interpreted Vol. 1: Before the Greeks (2022)

PRESS: Well cataloged but partially geolocated. We invite you to provide your contribution by providing us with useful information that allows us to geolocate the cataloged property in detail. See also "Cultural Heritage to be Geolocated"
 

Card insertion: Ignazio Caloggero

Photos:  UNESCO Management Plan of the Aeolian Islands 

Information contributions: Web, Region of Sicily, Superintendence of the Sea

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