- A recently excavated seventh- to sixth-century settlement in North Etruria near San Gimignano. The first phase of the site appears to have monumental characteristics (large walls and pilaster bases) with artisan activity (kiln) and possible votive deposits. The second phase consists of some walls badly damaged by agricultural activity. The site has produced substantial quantities of Etruscan pottery as well as some Greek imports.
Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans. Simon K. F. Stoddart.
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MONUMENTAL ARCHITECTURE — The main evidence for monumental Etruscan architecture comes from sanctuaries, temples, rock cut tombs, and palace structures. See also BLERA; CAERE; CASTEL D’ASSO; CASTELLINA IN CHIANTI; CITIES; CIVITA DEL FOSSO DI ARLENA; CIVITA DI GROTTE … Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans