Close to the medieval village of Farnesiana, near a river are a cut in the tufa, of Etruscan origin, which leads to a small cemetery and a tuff quarry.  The necropolis consists of three chest tombs in the tuff and a hollow chamber.  The type we used to date the tombs around the IV sec.B.C. Regarding the chamber tomb, it had a staircase to bring the underground chamber, but the work done in a later period have blocked.  Probably with the birth of the seventeenth-century village must have been used as storage.  The tuff of the small quarry was used until Roman times to build part of the nearby Roman villa which was built on a previous home Etruscan.  We can assume that here there was a small Etruscan village consists of about 100 peoples.  With the exception of the few traces of the house which belonged to the aristocratic class (probably the owner of the tombs) there are no traces of dwellings.  This leads us to suppose that the remaining houses were small, wooden shacks and perhaps pairs.  The village certainly dealt with the extraction of the tuff quarry

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