Castro da Carmona

Barcelos
Description
At the top of Carmona, divided between Balugães and Carvoeiro, you can find the ruins of a big village, from the Iron Age. It had three lines of walls, with platforms that lodged rectangular and circular houses, some of them with an entrance hall. The well situated down the acropolis supplied the entire village with water. Between the found materials, it stands out the ceramics from the final Iron Age, common Roman ceramics, amphoras, tegula and imbrex, some glasses, bronzes, an altar without inscription and manual millstones. In the acropolis it might had existed an altar dedicated to the goodness Nabia. In the east part traces of a later village from the transition to the Sweden period was found.

Location: Barcelos
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