Thanks for posting that simple and very interesting explanation, Jeff. I don’t want to hack Je’s initial idea of the thread but I believe that your viewpoint needs some deepening.
I already knew about the pyramid-hill in Sant’Agata de’ Goti on which I’ve spent some time on Google Earth to locate it. Actually, it’s just a couple hours’ drive from home and is in my gifting plans. The site you linked is interesting too because it offers good info about these pyramids in Europe. For example, the stone balls that were found in Sant’Agata seem to be the same as in Visoko (Bosnia) where the largest pyramids ever found are located. That’s a real bug, I’d say.
Searching in the site you linked, I found this blog about the pyramid-hill in Sant’Agata with some interesting photos of the stone balls:
and of a possible tumulus, a cairn close to the pyramid-hill:
Besides, the pyramid-hill in Sant’Agata seems to be perfectly aligned with the other Italian pyramids of Montevecchia – gifted by Davide and some of his friends -, Piediluco and Pontassieve according to the Zeus Line explained in the site:
The undeniable alignment is amazing I believe.
Another astounding aspect of the pyramids of Montevecchia and Pontassieve is their layout which is the same as the Gizeh Plateau.
Here is Montevecchia
Really interesting, thanks.