Human troglodytes lived uninterrupted in these half-caves in Italy from 7,000 B.C. to the 1950s. They shared ovens and harvested rainwater in complex networks of porcelain pipes. They hung curtains and swept everyday.
Roughly 411 generations of recipes, feuds, love stories, fist fights, palace intrigues, tribal justice, rain, gods, births, sorrows, dawns, wars, inventions and handshakes… before they were kicked out for being poor.