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Bronze Age lake village at the southern end of Lake Garda in northern Italy, with close connections to the Terramara culture. Late Bronze Age metalwork of c 1250-1100 BC, pottery, artifacts, and timber piles have been recovered. In particular, a knife or dagger with a forked end to its flanged hilt is called after the site, as is sometimes the violin-bow fibula - to which the site has lent its name.