Passo Di Corvo

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A large Middle Neolithic settlement site on the Tavoliere plain in Puglie, southeast Italy, with a radiocarbon date of 5200 BC. The site is concentrically ditched (known as a villaggio trincerato) and encloses about 100 circular hut enclosures. The site has produced evidence of a mixed farming economy and abundant pottery of various types, including Impressed Ware and a variety of red painted wares.