Intact royal Etruscan tomb opened after 2,600 years
Published on October 2nd, 2013 | by Admin0
“It’s a unique discovery, as it is extremely rare to find an inviolate Etruscan tomb of an upper-class individual. It opens up huge study opportunities on the Etruscans,” Alessandro Mandolesi, of the University of Turin, told Discovery News. Mandolesi is leading the excavation in collaboration with the Archaeological Superintendency of Southern Etruria.
Story: Rossella Lorenzi, Discovery News | Photo: Massimo Legni/Sbeaem/Unito