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The motillas are human-made hills atop of which are placed fortified settlements. Most of the sites of this culture belong to this category. Only a few sites in the skirts of Sierra Morena make an exception, being these fortified towns of larger size.
- F. Molina et al., Recent fieldwork at the Bronze Age fortified site of Motilla del Azuer (Daimiel, Spain). Antiquity Journal, 2006.
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