Cave di Cusa (meaning "Quarry of Accusation" in Italian) or Rocche di Cusa was an ancient stone quarry in Sicily. It is located 3 kilometers south of the town Campobello di Mazara in the province of Trapani, Italy. It is 1.8 kilometer long and is on a ridge that spans from east to west. This site was quarried beginning in the first half of the 6th century BC and its stone was used to construct the temples in the ancient Greek city Selinunte. It was abandoned in 409 BC when the city was captured by the Carthaginians. It is now an official Sicilian Archeological Zone and a popular tourist site.

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  • Il template {{Coord}} ha riscontrato degli errori (istruzioni):Modulo:Wikidata:398: attempt to index field 'wikibase' (a nil value) Le Cave di Cusa (o Rocche di Cusa) sono un sito archeologico siciliano situato nel territorio di Campobello di Mazara, a sud-ovest di Castelvetrano, in provincia di Trapani, a 13 km a nord-est delle rovine di Selinunte.La Regione siciliana ha intitolato il parco all'archeologo Vincenzo Tusa . (it)
  • Cave di Cusa (meaning "Quarry of Accusation" in Italian) or Rocche di Cusa was an ancient stone quarry in Sicily. It is located 3 kilometers south of the town Campobello di Mazara in the province of Trapani, Italy. It is 1.8 kilometer long and is on a ridge that spans from east to west. This site was quarried beginning in the first half of the 6th century BC and its stone was used to construct the temples in the ancient Greek city Selinunte. It was abandoned in 409 BC when the city was captured by the Carthaginians. It is now an official Sicilian Archeological Zone and a popular tourist site. (en)
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  • Drum for a temple column in Cave di Cusa
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  • Soprintendenza BB.CC.AA. di Trapani
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  • Cave di Cusa is located in southern Italy, not far from the shore in western Sicily.
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  • Il template {{Coord}} ha riscontrato degli errori (istruzioni):Modulo:Wikidata:398: attempt to index field 'wikibase' (a nil value) Le Cave di Cusa (o Rocche di Cusa) sono un sito archeologico siciliano situato nel territorio di Campobello di Mazara, a sud-ovest di Castelvetrano, in provincia di Trapani, a 13 km a nord-est delle rovine di Selinunte.La Regione siciliana ha intitolato il parco all'archeologo Vincenzo Tusa . (it)
  • Cave di Cusa (meaning "Quarry of Accusation" in Italian) or Rocche di Cusa was an ancient stone quarry in Sicily. It is located 3 kilometers south of the town Campobello di Mazara in the province of Trapani, Italy. It is 1.8 kilometer long and is on a ridge that spans from east to west. This site was quarried beginning in the first half of the 6th century BC and its stone was used to construct the temples in the ancient Greek city Selinunte. It was abandoned in 409 BC when the city was captured by the Carthaginians. It is now an official Sicilian Archeological Zone and a popular tourist site. (en)
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