Tomb of the Chair, San Giovenale

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3D Image

James Lloyd
by South Etruria Tomb Survey at the Swedish Institute in Rome.
published on 25 August 2016
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The Tomba della Sedia (Tomb of the Chair) is located in the Casale Vignale necropolis at San Giovenale. It has two chambers and has been dated to the 6th century BCE. It is also called Casale Vignale 1 and is tomb no. 248 in Fredrik Tobin’s dissertation The Chamber Tombs of San Giovenale and the Funerary Landscapes of South Etruria (Uppsala University 2015) where a full bibliography can be found.

If you use the model, please credit the South Etruria Tomb Survey at the Swedish Institute in Rome.

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Rome., S. E. T. S. a. t. S. I. i. (2016, August 25). Tomb of the Chair, San Giovenale. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image3d/17/tomb-of-the-chair-san-giovenale/

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Rome., South Etruria Tomb Survey at the Swedish Institute in. "Tomb of the Chair, San Giovenale." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 25 Aug 2016. Web. 01 Aug 2021.