Tanella Angori, located only a short distance from the
Tanella di Pitagora, was unearthed in 1951 and may be
dated back to the Hellenistic period (2nd century B.C.).
Unfortunately only the lower part of the socle (a cylindrical
drum on a circular base) and a few blocks form the crowning
structure were preserved. The interior in the form of
a Greek cross still exhibits a stone-paved floor.