Tech & Science : 2,500 years old, a gigantic Etruscan temple discovered in Italy

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Une vue aérienne sur le nouveau temple découvert, à côté de Tempio Grande. © Mariachiara Franceschini an aerial view of the new discovered temple, next to Tempio Grande.

Archaeologists have uncovered a new temple in the old Etruscan city of Vulci. The religious building, which measures 45 meters by 35, is one of the greatest known to Etruscan Civilization.

A team of Swiss and German archaeologists have uncovered a temple Etruscan hitherto unknown in the ancient city of Vulci, located in the Italian region of Latium. The building was next to another, the tempio Grande, already exhumed in the 1950s. It measures 45 meters by 35. This makes it one of the greatest religious buildings of Etruscan Civilization, tells us Geo .

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"The new temple is almost the same size and on an alignment similar to that of the tempio large neighbor, and was built roughly at the same archaic era" , explained Dr. . Mariachiara Franceschini of the University of Friborg in an press release published on November 10, 2022. The researchers believe that the construction of the temple dates from the end of the life or the beginning of the 5th century BC.

Archaeological excavations made it possible to understand that it was a large urban center at the time. Archaeologists had already uncovered a necropolis garnished with tombs, a large residential complex and the famous Tempio Grande, recall our colleagues. "This duplication of monumental buildings in a Etruscan City is rare, and represents an exceptional discovery" , underlined Paul P. Pasiekade of the University of Mainz.

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Des archéologues travaillent sur le temple récemment découvert, à Vulci. © Mariachiara Franceschini of archaeologists work on the recently discovered temple, in Vulci.

A renowned civilization pious

This discovery is part of the Vulci Cityscape project launched two years ago. It aims to search for the population strategies and urban planning structures in the city. At the pre-Roman time, Vulci was one of the twelve cities of the Etruscan Federation and an important urban center.

By studying this temple through its use and architectural organization, researchers intend to learn more about religion and worship among the Etruscans, a renowned civilization.

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