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Etruscan - Closing Plate (4th cent. B.C.) 3D Model
This closing plate had once sealed the tomb of the inscriptions at the Etruscan city of Vulci.
A long and narrow hallway (dromos) was blocked by this stone slab showing a feminine figure. The stone slab is now displayed at the Museum of Vulci.
The tomb was given it’s name for the conspicuous inscribed writings on the entrance walls of the rooms. The tomb was accessed by a foyer leading to six rooms which were used from the second half of the 4th century B.C. and into the roman age.
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