- PRATO GONFIENTE
- A recently discovered, short-lived sixth-century to fifth-century BC planned settlement in the Arno Valley to the west of Florence. This settlement includes a planned structure that covers at least 1,270 square meters. There was preceding occupation of the area from the early to the Final Bronze Age, but no continuous occupation. Given the limited excavations so far, it is difficult to characterize the nature of this settlement, but it seems to fit within the character of smaller-scale nucleated settlements in the middle Arno Valley.
Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans. Simon K. F. Stoddart.