Dolmen of Avola, Syracuse, Sicily

A dolmen discovered in 1961 in the Borgellusa district belongs to a period certainly prior to the Sicilian one. The building apparently consists of a huge table resting on two pillars, modeled following the natural profile of the rock

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Ancient site that among others show the certainty existence of an organized primitive population that grew and expanded own reaching and aiming to discover what was beyond their boundaries, I name them Sandars or Shekelesh.

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