Polygonal walls

In San Vincenzo are the remains of a large long narrow esplanade that was to house an Equi sanctuary dating from the fifth to third century BC. There are stretches of large stone polygonal walls at a necropolis with pit graves.

Tomb of Clesippo

In the municipal area there are also the ruins of a spectacular Roman tomb dating from the second century AD: the mausoleum of Clesippo Geranium, a freed slave who became rich thanks to his talent and his abilities.

Necropolis Rock, Norchia

Vetralla is located near the abandoned village of Norchia. The place dates back to prehistoric times and has had a great importance with the Etruscans and perhaps is the ancient place of Orclae cited by the Romans. It is situated along the Via Clodia where two rivers flow into the Read more…

Necropolis of Tuscania

There are many Tuscania necropolis both along the valleys of Maschiolo and Marta as well as in other areas. The oldest tombs, those relating to Orientalising period, are mounds with a small burial chamber in ogival (bullet shaped) section, as in Tarquinia. In a tomb in Sasso Pizzuto we have Read more…

Necropolis of Corviano

The necropolis lies to the left of the Martelluzzo stream in a place inhabited since prehistoric times, as can be seen from the numerous underground houses excavated into the tuff walls, the remains of the neolithic huts and the remains of megalithic walls. There are numerous interesting ‘pestarole’, i.e. boulders Read more…