Tomb of the Hunter - Etrurian Necropolis
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la suggestione dell'antica civiltà etrusca, imperdibile. the suggestion of the ancient Etruscan civilization, unmissable
The Etruscan necropolis of Monterozzi is situated on a high ground to east of Tarquinia (VT) and it possesses approximately 6000 burials, most ancient of which dated back to the seventh century B.C.
The Monterozzi necropolis is an Etruscan necropolis on a hill east of Tarquinia in Lazio, Italy. The necropolis has about 6,000 graves, the oldest of which dates to the 7th century BCE. About 200 of the gravestones are decorated with frescos. Monterozzi was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage…
one of the most ancient necropolis ever discovered, the most important etruscan tumbs with fascinating paintings considered the first chapter of the Italian history of painting.
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“The Etruscan necropolis of Banditaccia is set on a high tufa northwest of Cerveteri (RM), and its approximately 400 hectares there are many thousands of graves (the fenced and visited part is only 10 hectares and counts about 400 mounds), the oldest in the Villanovan period (ninth century BC) to the most "recent" of the Etruscan period (III century BC). Its origin must be sought in a core of Villanovan tombs in the town of Cava Pozzolan, and the name "Banditaccia" derives from the fact that from the end of the zone is "banned", ie leased through tender, by the landowners of Cerveteri for the local population. Having regard to its grandeur, the Necropolis of Banditaccia is the largest ancient necropolis in the whole Mediterranean area.”
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