The renowned city in Attica (Greece), which from an Etruscan perspective was the leading city of a region (Attica) that produced Attic pottery much imported into Etruria and placed in the tombs as a service to the symposium. The city imported from Etruria, among other objects, bucchero kantharoi and a bronze tripod, with a figurative scene of Hera introducing Herakles (Heracle) into Olympus, and in the fifth century an ivory casket.
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