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  • Poggio Colla
  • Vicchio di Mugello
  • Italy
  • Tuscany
  • Florence
  • Vicchio



  • The Italian Database is the result of a collaboration between:

    MIBAC (Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali - Direzione Generale per i Beni Archeologici),

    ICCD (Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo e la Documentazione) and

    AIAC (Associazione Internazionale di Archeologia Classica).

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    • Work concentrated on the Podere Funghi in a field north-east of Poggio Colla and on the slope to the north-west below the acropolis.

      The first trenches in the Podere Funghi brought to light small vases and bowls made in well refined yellow clay. The pre

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    • The Mugello Valley Archaeological Project, directed by Prof. Gregory Warden (SMU) and Prof. Michael Thomas (U. of Texas), continued to focus on the fortified acropolis-sanctuary of the Etruscan site of Poggio Colla, twenty-two miles northeast of Florence. ... Read More
    • During the 2012 season, the Mugello Valley Archaeological Project focused on the Etruscan site of Poggio Colla, 35 kilometers northeast of Florence. The goal is the continued study of the sanctuary that occupied the plateau of Poggio Colla from the 8th thr... Read More
    • A five week excavation season focused on exploring the extent of the archaeological remains on the North West slope of the hill. Previous work in this area (1999-9, 2008-10, 1012) had concentrated at a single location and recovered remains of Orientalizin... Read More
    • The primary goal of the 2014 season was to concentrate research on the early history of the site. We revisited several areas of the site where we had excavated previously. The research design behind re-opening PC 27 and 28 focused on the need to study th... Read More
    • The primary goal of the 2015 season was to continue research on the early history of the site. The re-opening of PC 49 (the combination of PC 27, 28 and 34) focused on the need to study the architecture and shed light on the early phases of the site, spec... Read More
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  • 178 BC