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


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.

Dolmen di Avola, 96012 Avola, Province of Syracuse, Italy
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