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Archaeological Park:

06) The Tumulus of Camucia

The Tumulus of Camucia was unearthed in 1840 by A. François.
The mound is very large in circumference (about 600 feet) and consists internally of a first chamber tomb (Tomb A or François Tomb) and a second tomb (Tomb B) discovered in 1964 by the Archaeological Superintendency of Tuscany.
Tumulo di Camucia

Tumulo di Camucia
Tumulo di Camucia
Tumulo di Camucia
Front view of Tomb A
Front view of Tomb B
The Tumulus in the
early 1900s


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