The Archaeological Park of the Daunians is an important indigenous site, dating back from the 6th-5th century, which preserves evidence of the Daunian and Hellenistic age, in the town of Ascoli Satriano, in the provincial territory of Foggia. The archaeological site is named after the archeologist Pasquale Rosario and extends over a surface of many hectares and is developed in two areas: the monumental area and the hill of the Snake; the latter was inhabited since the Lower Neolithic Age and became a point of reference for the pre-Roman communities and was used as a necropolis between the 6th and 4th century b.C.
The Archaeological Park was opened to the public in 1995.

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