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Discover 3 places to see in Cerveteri

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National Archaeological Museum Cerite

In the rocca dei principi Ruspoli family, dating back to the 13th century, the National Museum Cerite.
The exhibition of the collection criteria take account of history. For the oldest age exposes some of necropoleis kits Salama, with biconici vessels, with both female cinerario (Bowl lid) male (cover such helmet).
Orientalizing age (7th c. BC) exposes many of the kits necropolis of Monte Abatone, Casaletti of candles and the pond.
Of particular interest include a vase decorated with a mythical couple (Helen and Melnelao?) from the early 7th century BC; a urnetta configured cineraria in dough gab


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Necropolis of Banditaccia

It is one of the largest necropolises of the ancient world. Crossed by a long burial more than 2 Km, developed from the 9th century. BC Hellenistic-Roman age.
The oldest graves are of the kind to pit, with incinerazioni by biconici, vessels and pit type for buried. From the 7th century. BC, with the prevalence of ritual burial, develop large mounds with burial chambers dug into the Tuff and decorated with motifs inspired by the forms of domestic architecture. These monuments that belonged to families of high rank, have yielded rich where kits frequent is the presence of materials imported from


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Regolini Galassi and mound Necropolis Dang

The Tomb, discovered in 1836 intact and very famous for rich outfit kept in the Vatican museums, given the mid-7th century. BC Entered into a mound, consists of two long and narrow environments on axis between them and two side compartments with oval shaped cover made in large blocks squared that with progressive boss close in the top, forming a grave time spinner type. It took three people, a incinerato and two buried. Among the items of Kit, a silver anforetta bearing the inscription ' larthia me ' (I'm from Larth) makes us know the name of the Prince buried in the Tomb.


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