NECROPOLIS OFSERRAT D’ODÈN OR CAIXES DEL MORO
The necropolis of Serrat d’Odèn or Caixes del Moro is a necropolis formed by three burials used in Calcolithic and Middle Copper Age. Their typology shows that they belong to the so-called Pyrenean wall cavities: spaces with slab stones, with a front access through a lower slab stone and they have a small foyer. They are usually covered by a stone burial mound. Twenty pieces of a necklace made of scallop, two copper rings and different pieces of pottery stand out among the good graves of the individuals. This necropolis was excavated by Mn. Serra Vilaró in 1917 and re-studied by the team of the archaeologist Josep Castany between 2007 and 2009.
The objects are exhibited at Museu Comarcal and Diocesà of Solsona.