The necropolis, which is situated in a walking distance from the town, is dated between the late 7th and 6th centuries BC and consists of an underground Chamber tombs, dug into the rock according to a standardized model. An access corridor, downhill, allowed the entrance to the burial chamber, a bipartite Central septum. The sides were drawn one or more docks, which were deposited the mortal remains of the deceased. The entrance to the burial chamber was shaped arch and a big stone talking close access.
At the Museum of archaeology and art of the Maremma of Grosseto is visible a kit from this necropolis, consisting of pottery from Symposium: Besides a Cup in buccheroide mixture, and some pitchers and cups in Etruscan vases bucchero, lie–Corinthians (including a bowl relevant to cycle of Rosettes), an olla mixing with embossed decoration ceramic transport Eastern Greek amphora production..more info