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Presently occupies a small room of the building, already an infirmary from the facist confinement camp, in the south-western section of the Castle.
FIG. 1 - Lipari, Timpone Petaso (lacustral deposits), carbon films (Antracoleimmi) of cane stalks, fragments and leaves. Flint levels (1)  floating pyroclastic alternatives (2).It is dedicated to the fossil-bearing deposits of the Aeolian Archipelago throughout the course of the Quaternary, that sheds light on the morphology and the forms of life that existed before the arrival FIG. 2 - Panarea, molluscs (Charonia nodifera)of man to the islands.
In this sense, it offers an exhibition of fossils coming mostly from Lipari (FIG.1) and Panarea (FIG.2). FIG. 3 - Lipari, Valle Pera, fragment of shield of TestudoAbsolutely extraordinary for its uniqueness, a fragment of a tortoise shell, discovered at Lipari, encompassed in the pyroclastics of Valle Pera at Lipari, dating back to the temporal arch between 127,000 and 104,000 years ago: the most ancient “visitor” of the Archipelago noted to date. (FIG.3)

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