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Inventory: 10173
Dolmen Sferracavalli
Giurdignano (LE)
Object Type: Dolmen
Staus: Absent
Latitude: 40.12285
Longitude: 18.43275
Description:
Condition: Missing
Dimension: Lastra di copertura: m 3.10 x m 2.30; Perimetro: m 9,0; Spessore: da m 0.42 a m 0.30
Direction: Apertura a Nord-Ovest
Historical Notes: Discovered by Luigi Maggiulli between 1892 and 1893, who described it as Dolmen Chiancuse II; Giustiniano Nicolucci called it Dolmen Orfine. Cosimo De Giorgi identified it as Sferracavalli because it was situated on the Sferracavalli plot. The covering slab was quadrangular and sloped towards the South East. On the top side there was a furrow or crack 3cm wide, 20cm circa from the border. It lay on eight orthostrates, three of which were monolithic and the others were made of several overlapping stones.
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