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Boschetti Tumulus

The Tumulus of Boschetti is near the small cemetery of Comeana, its discovery dates back to 1965. It is accessed by a short open drómos and consists of a rectangular vestibule paved with a single large slab and bordered by walls made of slabs in sandstone. The entrance to the tomb was closed by a slab of sandstone, the burial chamber is paved with well-preserved polygonal slabs of cut sandstone, cut and arranged in perfect connection. The objects found during the excavation are exhibited at the Archaeological Museum of Artimino.