The archaeological area of Tuscania (VT) consists of several necropolises (cemeteries) that stretch all around the modern town and that probably corresponded to different settlement cores, which haven't been brought to light yet. The findings testify to the vitality of this center for the duration of the Etruscan civilization, due to its strategic location at the crossroads of important transit routes. Among the most famous grave sites of Tuscania there are the tombs of the gens
Curunas and so-called Cave of the Queen (Grotta della Regina) in the necropolis of the Madonna of the Olive (Madonna dell'Ulivo), the home-shape tomb at the Peschiera necropolis and the tomb with a portico of the necropolis of Pian di Mola.
Tomb 1 - Pian delle Rusciare Necropolis, Tuscania (VT). On the right, the bronze mirror with engraved the scene of Telephus breastfed by a doe among other deieties, discovered within the chamber.