The twelfth campaign of excavation concentrated on areas already begun in previous years (Areas 1, 11, 14, 15, and 17), adding on a new one inside the northern sector of the circuit wall (Area 18). For the phases of the stone castle (second half of eleventh-twelfth century), on the southwest slope a new segment of the circuit wall was found, while at the base of the hill a metallurgical atelier was investigated. On the north side, a significant building abutted the walls. As yet only partially investigated, it could be interpreted as the seat of the garrison. Outside the walls in the same area are also found traces of the village/home farm of the ninth and tenth centuries. More complete evidence comes from the village of the eighth century, where silos, and open space for agricultural activities and the southern portion of the palisade that closed off the site were found. Within the cemetery the earliest burials were found very probably relating to the last phase of the wooden church (ninth-tenth century) and its stone-built successor (late tenth century).
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|Titolo:||Miranduolo (Chiusdino -SI) Campagna 2012|
|Citazione:||Valenti, M. (2012). Miranduolo (Chiusdino -SI) Campagna 2012. FOLD&R., 267, 1-15.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|