- A class of monumental circular stone tomb found most frequently in the Orientalizing period at sites such as Vetulonia and Marsiliana d’Albegna, often containing rich materials, giving rise to names such as Circolo of the Ivories, Cauldrons, Bes, Jewelry, Trident, and Fibula.
Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans. Simon K. F. Stoddart.
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TOMBS — Etruscan funerary architecture and furniture used to dominate all perceptions of the Etruscans and there is a wealth of information about tombs. A distinctive feature of tombs is that they are generally placed on the approaches to cities and… … Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans
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