The intent of this website is to introduce those archaeological sites in southern Etruria in the area between Civitavecchia and Tolfa. These places, though less well known than those of Cerveteri and Tarquinia, are no less important and no less interesting to visit, but unfortunately they are left in a state of complete abandonment, and for a general lack of interest, both for the difficulties in achieving them. So before these sites disappear among the thorns, or worse, under the pickaxe of grave robbers or because of various works, the Movement Archeoetruria decided to identify these places and save them from oblivion. Anyone who is interested to visit, study or archeo-trekking, you can contact us at this address: archeoetruria@libero.it, we will be happy to guide you for free!
Those who find errors and / or inaccuracies in the topics covered may contact us at the same email address for placing object "erratacorrige."

OUR ACTIVITIES


Tolfa - Awards for the month of culture

Municipal theathre Claudio - April 2014

Tolfa - Cittàslow Awards

Municipal theahre Claudio - September 2014


Conferences

conferenza anno 2012 conferenza 2013   

 


 

Seminars held at the invitation of other entities

Castelsecco between nature and archeology. Dr. G.Stracci
Castle of Santa Severa, 24 november 2012, Santa Marinella (Citizens' Committee 2nd October
)

Prehistory and History of the Tolfa Hills, Dr. G. Stracci
Palazzo Borghese, 11 april 2013, Monte Porzio Catone (Rome Archeoclub)

Leopoli-Cencelle a city of Papal foundation. Dr. Alessandra Pala
Palazzo Borghese, 22 may 2014, Monte Porzio Catone (Rome Archeoclub)

The Baths of Ficoncella or Aquae Tauri. Dr. G. Stracci
Civitavecchia, 23 may 2014 (Lions club - port of Traiano)








       


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