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To the archeolithic strata, in which human relics appear buried among cut firestones and bones of extinct animals, superimposed terramare, and pile dwellings, this is where the progress of the human race is demonstrated by bronze forged into exquisite weapons and tools.
The book's last chapter concludes that there were well organised exchange networks in place in the Po plain by the Late Bronze Age (involving a shift from alpine sources to metal produced in the metal-bearing foothills) in the period between the Terramare culture and that of the bronze centres, with the site of Frattesina pre-eminent amongst them.