Sardinia, 10-year-old boy discovers an ancient archaeological find of five thousand years

Sardinia, 10-year-old boy discovers an ancient archaeological find of five thousand years
Sardinia, 10-year-old boy discovers an ancient archaeological find of five thousand years

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In the nuragic necropolis of Oristano the remains of two new monumental statues have emerged, a few days after the resumption of the last excavation campaign. The two new boxers join the precious finds from three thousand years ago that made the Sardinian archaeological site, still partly shrouded in mystery, famous throughout the world. Enthusiastic Minister of Culture Franceschini: “An exceptional discovery which will be followed by others”

A few days after the resumption of the last excavation campaign, in the nuragic necropolis of Mont’e Prama in Cabras (Oristano) the remains of two new monumental statues, two giants which are added to the stone army of warriors, archers and boxers of three thousand years ago that made the Sardinian archaeological site famous throughout the world, still partly shrouded in mystery

A real result “important“and that gives hope for further surprises already in the coming weeks, the superintendent Monica Stochino anticipates to ANSA. Enthusiastic, the minister of culture Franceschini reminds that the discovery takes place a little less than a year after the birth of the Foundation which involves the MiC, the Municipality of Cabras and the Sardinia Region. “A exceptional discovery which will be followed by others “, he comments

Archaeologists have discovered the mighty torsos of two boxers, the large flexible shield that covers the belly and wraps around the arm. Then a head, legs and other parts of the bodies, fragments of a model of nuraghe

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