Five Etruscan tombs from the 5th cenury BC are on exhibition for the first time at the necropolis of Monterozzi in Tarquinia. The tombs were discovered in the late 1950s by a team of archaeologists from the Fondazione Lerici in Milan, but kept under lock and key for fear that they could be damaged. After over half a century of study and restoration, the most recent intervention employing advanced endospection techniques, the tombs have been added to the museum
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