CERVETERI’S BANDITACCIA: THE ETRUSCAN KINGDOM OF THE AFTERLIFE by Catherine Hornby

Cerveteri’s Necropolis of Banditaccia is the greatest example of Etruscan burial traditions and architecture and one of the most significant ancient sites in the Mediterranean. If you are interested in learning more about the Etruscans, who held power in the Italian peninsula before the Romans and strongly influenced its culture, Cerveteri is an essential stop on your itinerary, along with the nearby necropolis at Tarquinia, which together are recognised as a Unesco World Heritage site.

 

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