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Researchers link ancient wooden structure to water ritual

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The Noceto Vasca Votiva is a unique wood structure that was unearthed on a small hill in northern Italy in 2005. Built primarily of oak and slightly larger than a backyard swimming pool, the exact purpose of the in-ground structure has remained a mystery, as has the date of its construction. Italian researchers estimated its origins go back to the late Middle Bronze Age, sometime between 1600 and 1300 B.C.

While that gap might not seem huge, in archeological terms it’s like comparing the culture that invented the steam engine with the one that produced the iPad.

https://news.cornell.edu/stories/2021/06/researchers-link-ancient-wooden-structure-water-ritual

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