Valle Cappellana 2 at San Giuliano

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James Lloyd
by South Etruria Tomb Survey at the Swedish Institute in Rome.
published on 06 September 2016
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Valle Cappellana 2 is a tomb located between San Giuliano and Blera. It is also known as Tomba del Trono because of the rock-cut chair in the main chamber. It has two chambers and has been dated to the early 6th century BCE.

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, September 06). Valle Cappellana 2 at San Giuliano. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image3d/19/valle-cappellana-2-at-san-giuliano/

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Rome., South Etruria Tomb Survey at the Swedish Institute in. "Valle Cappellana 2 at San Giuliano." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified September 06, 2016. https://www.worldhistory.org/image3d/19/valle-cappellana-2-at-san-giuliano/.

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Rome., South Etruria Tomb Survey at the Swedish Institute in. "Valle Cappellana 2 at San Giuliano." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 06 Sep 2016. Web. 23 Oct 2021.