The Etruscan have decorated the interior of tombs by frescoes, to celebrate scenes of hunting, fishing, dancing banquets, games, animals, demons and more. Horses, wild beasts and double flute players in honor of the dead.
The images are set in a fresco by unknown hands in the walls of TOMBS and Etruscan necropolis of Tarquinia (VI-III sec.aC), as in Vulci, Tuscania, Civita Castellana, Blera and Norchia.
The sepulchral corredi (sarcophagi, vases, bronzes, gold) are deposited in the National Museum of Palazzo Vitelleschi, including the wonderful terracotta sculpture of the Winged Horses (IIIsec. BC) that decorated the pediment of the Queen dell’Ara in Civita di Tarquinia. Sarcophagus of Curunas I can admire a TUSCANIA.
Accessible with some caution the NECROPOLIS RUPESTRIAN of Blera, BARBARA ROMANO, NORCIA and CASTEL D’ASSO: the excavated tombs in the tuff are often surrounded by thick vegetation.
Significant SUTRI with the remains of the Roman theater and the MURA FALERI NOVI CICLOPE of the town destroyed and abandoned during the Middle Ages.