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The Polada culture is the name for a culture of the ancient Bronze Age diffused on all of the territory of Northern Italy and characterized by settlements on pile-dwellings.

The name derives from the same name locality in the territory of Lonato del Gardamarker where the first findings attributed to this culture were discovered in the years between 1870 and 1875 as a result of intense activities of reclamation in a peat bog; the dating of Carbonium 14 on the finds place them between the XIV and XIII century BC (from 1380 ± 65 to 1270 ± 55) ).

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  • L. Barfield, Northern Italy Before Rome. London, Thames and Hudson, 1971
  • B. Barich, "Il complesso industriale della stazione di Polada alla luce dei più recenti dati", Bullettino di Paletnologia Italiana, 80, 22 (1971): 77-182.
  • John M. Coles, A. F. Harding, The Bronze Age in Europe: an introduction to the prehistory of Europe, c. 2000-700 BC, Taylor & Francis, 1979 - ISBN 0416706509
  • L. Fasani, "L'età del Bronzo", in Veneto nell'antichità, Preistoria e Protostoria, Verona 1984.
  • R. Peroni, L'età del bronzo nella penisola italiana I. L'antica età del bronzo, Firenze, Olschki, 1971



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