TRACCE Online Rock Art Bulletin no. 1
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TRACCE no. 1 – by Gianni Cametti – Patrizia Meirano
Western Alps. New Iron Age engraved rocks were found on July 1995 in Valcenischia Valley, west of Turin, at more than 2300 m above sea level.
TRACCE no. 1 – by Arcà, Fossati, Marchi, Tognoni
Rupe Magna is situated at Grosio, Valtellina, northern Italy. It was found in 1970 by Davide Pace, simply scratching away the moss stratum. The nearest Rock Art of Giroldo was found by the same Pace five years before.
TRACCE no. 1 – by Andrea Arcà
Direct dating: does it work? The Côa Valley experience. For the first time in Europe supposed scientific direct dating methods on open air rocks have been applied. According to the necessity of doing an experimental test, the site chosen was little and not relevant: the Côa Valley petroglyph site, the first European open air rock art site in palaeolithic style.
TRACCE no. 1 – by Angelo Fossati and Elena Marchi
In this article there is outlined the story of the road and of the tunnel that the Capo di Ponte Municipality (Valcamonica, Italy) is opening 60 meters far from the Cemmo Boulders.