Lo straordinario e recente ritrovamento delle mummie di Roccapelago

This article analyzes the discovery of a series of naturally mummified bodies inside the crypt of the church of Roccapelago, in the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines. The bodies, now preserved in the local museum of the mummies, date back to the late sixteenth century and the mid-eighteenth century and represent a mine of discoveries on the way of life of a village community of the time, thanks to the exceptional state of conservation of the bodies, fabrics, etc.