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The Painted Etruscan Burial Vaults of Tarquinia


Link to Necropoli della Banditaccia, near Cerveteri



Tarquinia (300s and 400s BC) is a bit younger than Cerveteri.  It is also a better known necropolis because of the painted burial chambers.  However it has none of the atmosphere - being more akin to a collection of shallow mine shafts or air raid shelters in a field!!  Still, the burial chamber decorations are fascinating.  


Tarquinia in "The Art of the Fresco"



Terracotta winged horses from one of the Tarquinia tombs





Tarquinia towers and a rose window





Link to Necropoli della Banditaccia, near Cerveteri



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