BLERA
   A small Archaic settlement on a tuff outcrop with origins in the Villanovan and even Final Bronze Age, notable for impressive rock-cut tombs that started in the seventh century and continued into the Hellenistic period (but mainly in reused form). The cemeteries are well known for their monumental facades along cliff edges. The settlement is also known as the terracotta production place of Selvasecca.

Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans. .

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