Evidence of a Mesolithic stone industry discovered at the Acropolis of Selinunte — The Archaeology News Network

The excavation in progress this year suggested from the very beginning that the human presence on the acropolis of Selinunte is several millennia older than previously assumed. In fact, below the first level of the Greek settlement, under a natural deposit more than a metre deep, pottery shards of the Early Bronze Age were discovered,…

via Evidence of a Mesolithic stone industry discovered at the Acropolis of Selinunte — The Archaeology News Network

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