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Discoveries from Italy

Post Number:#1  Postby Ansol54 » Thu Aug 27, 2009 4:42 am

CIRCLE OF COMO
"A new Stonehenge." This definition relating to the ancient remains found in the site of the new St. Anne ¨ 'escaped' to the Director General of Infrastructure in Lombardy, Antonio Rognoni. The company's regional manager did not want to say more, but it certainly evokes the image of the famous stone circle dating from 2000-2500 BC and located in the north of England was suggestive. The mystery of what really represents the magic circle with a diameter of 70 meters and perhaps even dating to the Neolithic, however, must solve the Superintendence for Archaeological Heritage.
The installation was classified as existing in the sixth century BC, and research of prof. Gaspani led him to conclude that it was maintained
alive for about one hundred twenty years, time when our history does not include the presence of the Gallo-Celtic. The "Stonehenge Larian, calendar,
the ruler or whatever you want 'shows extraordinary level of evolution,
if confirmed, would give the quality civilization progressed to the population
then living in areas marked east and west by the river Adda from Ticino.
"This is the only specimen of this dimensions found in Europe, ' said Professor Gaspani, large knower of all sites similar to Ravona of-Three Chimneys. Should explanation of the discovery was deemed likely, would open a new window of opportunity also on the existence of a population
much more advanced than local that of Galli-Celts: the arrival Lario on the latter, that the books story describes how peaceful it seems even coincide with the termination of astronomical Ravona center, built to study the movements of stars, moon and sun. "Surely it is a structure used for the study of sky - has confirmed the Iorio same doctor - could be a great observatory or a sort of calendar. The fact remains that in Italy there are findings comparable to find something must look like the rest of European continent and in other periods. In fact, the experts leave open any hypothesis. As what the great circles are been used in prior periods than to date certified by the discoveries made.

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Post Number:#2  Postby Whyte Eagle » Thu Aug 27, 2009 4:10 pm

Very interesting Antonio ... it will be even more interesting to see what they come up with after some research is done ...
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Post Number:#3  Postby Ansol54 » Fri Aug 28, 2009 2:45 am

some photos...stolen. ;)
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Post Number:#4  Postby dwarak17 » Sat Mar 05, 2016 4:29 am

The espresso machine is said to be the most famous Italian invention as most Italians like to drink coffee. Statistics say that an Italian, on an average, drinks over 450 gallons of coffee per year. In 1903, Luigi Bezzera invented the espresso machine so as to speed up the coffee making process. The espresso coffee maker used a combination of water and steam, forced under high pressure, to brew the coffee at a rapid pace.
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