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The Deseanvolvimento Site is a monumental archeological excavation in which a large number of remains have been found during the last century. The archeologists discovered Neolithic Age artifacts at the Deseanvolvimento Site which date back to 3100 BC. Among other notable artifacts recovered were weapons, pottery, beads, cremation apparatus, and numerous quantities of flint tools. The Deseanvolvimento site is located at Lecrin in Rivoli, Italy.

Excavations were carried out as a part of an archaeological program led by the Project Diving Project of the Italian Archaeological Institute and the University of Rome. During the excavations, which took place from 1992 to 1997, a large amount of data was recovered which made the research of this period very detailed and comprehensive. During the digs, many artifacts were discovered which belong to various periods in human history. Furthermore, several types of art belonging to the Pre-Roman period were found as well.

Neolithic Age artifacts excavated at the Deseanvolvmento Site bear a remarkable correspondence with the archaeological information derived from the Lapidary’s field. Moreover, these finds are rich in stylistic motifs which are unlike those of the latter. The most important of these motifs belong to the later Pre-Celtic period. These devices are formed of stylized bone and ivory and have an uncanny accuracy. They are particularly evident in figurines and vases from the Iron Age.

The architecture of the Iron Age can be traced in the remains of the Pre-Socratics. The architectural styles belong to the Classical period and the period known as the Post-classical. The Pre-classical architecture is characterized by the use of the vertical line and the balance of the horizontal line. This is evident from the way the columns were positioned and the position of the doorways and windows. On the other hand, the Post-classical architectural style incorporated the use of the sloping roof and column line.

The earliest settlement to emerge from this ancient area is the Banus Campanula, which was built during the First Roman Civil War. The second settlement, the Aqueductus, which was founded during the Crisis Period is situated on the slope of a hill. It has been found that the first settlements were separated by small forts, probably used as fortified camps. The main center of activity came from the camp forts and a Roman Military Academy.

The Deseanvolvmento site has yielded numerous finds from the Iron Age. One of the most important finds from this region came from the Iron Age, when silver was being used in all jewelry. Another important discovery made at Deseanvolvmento is a bust of a person wearing an ivory necklace. This necklace has been dated to the 2nd century AD. Another bust, which is the most complete one from the site, which is dated to the third century AD. Apart from these finds, many other items have also been discovered including weapons, ceramic and pottery.