Castellina in Chianti
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ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF CHIANTI SENESE

The Museum documents the archaeological findings in the area of the senese Chianti (Castellina, Castelnuovo Berardenga, Gaiole, Radda). The exhibits displayed cover a historical arc that goes from the final bronze period (XI-X centuries b.c.), the orientalizing phase of Etruscan civilization (late 7th century-late 6th century BC) until the time of deep-sea fortified settlements of the fourth century. BC The presence of multimedia tools help the visitor to relate the artefacts on display with the discovery and understanding of cultural characters to which they belong. The visitor can choose to


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Necropolis of Poggino

Along the ancient road that connected the track big cities of Etruria, Vulci, Vetulonia and Roselle, with plug, the most important port on the Adriatic Emporium to the East, it was discovered and brought to light a small necropolis consists of five graves (four per room and a trailer), which have yielded materials and objects showing the territono presence of wealthy families of princely rank , throughout the 6th century. BC I mean in the archaic period the heyday of Etruscan civilization. Part of the equipment recovered it currently exposed in the atrium of the medieval fortress: two attic bl


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Montecalvario mound

The hills of Castellina in Chianti return continually tracks attendance of man since the 7th century. BC, along an important road trace of Ridge, who put in communication the large cities of Etruria: maritime Vulci, Vetulonia and Roselle with Northern markets, above all, the most important port on the Adriatic Emporium to the East. The mound of Monte Calvario, from about 53 meters in diameter, so called from a small chapel built on the Summit, consists of four underground tombs, with master bedroom and side cells. Identified already in the 16th century. and plundered of most of the outfits, it


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