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Necropoli di Crocifisso del Tufo. Orvieto (TR)

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The Necropoli del Crocefisso del Tufo—its name comes from a crucifix incision on the tuff rock—extends all along the northern tuff rock slope, upon which the ancient Etruscan Velzna—Orvieto—stands. Discovered in the 19th century, it represents an extraordinary evidence of Etruscan history and culture. Visiting this site is essential and complementary to the visits to The National Archeological Museum and the Claudio Faina Museum of Orvieto, which preserves a great number of finds, above all the rich ceramic goods. The Necropolis was attended from the 8th to the 3rd centuries B.C. The layout of the necropolis, planning it into lots—i.e. grouped into blocks—dates back to the apex of its development during the 6th and 5th centuries B.C. The lots, defined by orthogonal intersecting roads that were occupied by tombs of the cubic kind—“a dado” like dice—follow a rigid disposition reflecting a social organization of an egalitarian kind. Every burial was reserved for a single family, identified [...]