Bronze Age Statues Revealed
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Bronze Age Statues Revealed

Four statues dating back 5,000 years were discovered last week near the town of Groppoli di Mulazzo, in the north-western Tuscan hill region of Lunigiana. The uncovered sandstone, bas-relief statues depict women and men armed with daggers.

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Thu 19 May 2005 12:00 AM

Four statues dating back 5,000 years were discovered last week near the town of Groppoli di Mulazzo, in the north-western Tuscan hill region of Lunigiana. The uncovered sandstone, bas-relief statues depict women and men armed with daggers.

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