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Medieval tomb under St. Mark's Square

Summary by Quotidiano Nazionale
There is a medieval past waiting to be discovered that emerges from the construction site of the Superintendency of Venice called to restore the “masegni”, the trachyte stones of which the paving of Piazza San Marco is made, after the devastation due to the corrosive action of high water. From the dark and wet earth, the archaeologists, led by the construction manager Sara Bini, extracted the skull of a child who most likely lived in the early M…

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