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+ Alliste (LE)
2
+ Bagnolo del Salento (LE)
1
+ Bari (BA)
1
+ Bisceglie (BA)
3
+ Bisceglie (BT)
1
+ Bitonto (BA)
3
+ Botrugno (LE)
1
+ Campi Salentina (LE)
2
+ Cannole (LE)
2
+ Carpignano Salentino (LE)
7
+ Casamassima (BA)
1
+ Cassano delle Murge (BA)
1
+ Castrì di Lecce (LE)
3
+ Castrignano del Capo (LE)
2
+ Castro (LE)
2
+ Cavallino (LE)
1
+ Corato (BA)
1
+ Corigliano d'Otranto (LE)
2
+ Cursi (LE)
4
+ Diso (LE)
1
+ Fasano (BR)
1
+ Gagliano del Capo (LE)
4
+ Galatone (LE)
1
+ Giovinazzo (BA)
1
+ Giuggianello (LE)
5
+ Giurdignano (LE)
26
+ Lecce (LE)
4
+ Lequile (LE)
1
+ Lizzanello (LE)
2
+ Maglie (LE)
16
+ Manduria (TA)
1
+ Martano (LE)
5
+ Melendugno (LE)
3
+ Melpignano (LE)
3
+ Miggiano (LE)
1
+ Minervino di Lecce (LE)
6
+ Modugno (BA)
3
+ Morciano di Leuca (LE)
1
+ Muro Leccese (LE)
7
+ Novoli (LE)
1
+ Otranto (LE)
1
+ Palese (BA)
2
+ Palmariggi (LE)
2
+ Patù (LE)
1
+ Poggiardo (LE)
1
+ Racale (LE)
1
+ Ruffano (LE)
4
+ Salve (LE)
1
+ Sammichele di Bari (BA)
1
+ San Cesario di Lecce (LE)
1
+ San Donato di Lecce (LE)
3
+ Santa Cesarea Terme (LE)
1
+ Scorrano (LE)
2
+ Seclì (LE)
1
+ Sogliano Cavour (LE)
1
+ Spongano (LE)
4
+ Statte (TA)
4
+ Sternatia (LE)
2
+ Supersano (LE)
4
+ Taviano (LE)
1
+ Tricase (LE)
4
+ Tuglie (LE)
2
+ Ugento (LE)
2
+ Uggiano la Chiesa (LE)
1
+ Veglie (LE)
2
+ Vernole (LE)
3
+ Zollino (LE)
5
Inventory: 10022
Menhir di Terenzano
Alliste (LE) - Felline
Object Type: Menhir
Staus: Present
Latitude: 39.91191
Longitude: 18.10344
Description: The monolith is situated in its original location, included in a dry wall behind Masseria Terenzano. The monolith is made of calcareous tuff and it is well-worn by the atmospheric agents. The East side is the most damaged and irregular; it is covered by moss and lichens. On this side there are two cup marks; one is hidden by the dry wall at 0.80m of its height, the other has an ellipsoid shape and it can be found at 1.20m of its height (0.20m x 0.14m). On the top there is a cup mark of approximately 8 cm diameter.
Condition: Bad
Dimension: Altezza m 2.50; Faccia Nord m 0.30 x Faccia Est m 0.50
Direction: Asse lungo Nord Est - Sud Ovest
Historical Notes: It was discovered by C. Piccinni in the early 60s; it was recorded as menhir Ninfeo.
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