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Cerveteri (Caere Vetus) -Unesco patrimony

Caere Vetus, today Cerveteri, located 40 km north of Rome, was the most important cities of southern Etruria between the seventh and fourth centuries BC a.ffascinanti considered among the most powerful civilizations of the Mediterranean, an ally of Carthage but in close commercial relations with the Greeks, until 300 BC which became under the control of the Romans. The Etruscans, whose origins


Founded in the tradition April 21, 753 BC, in the course of its three millennia of history was the first great  metropolis of humanity, the heart of one of the most important ancient civilizations, which influenced the society, culture, language, literature , art, architecture, philosophy, religion, law and customs of the following centuries. Place of origin of the Latin language, was the capital of the Roman Empire, which extended its rule over the entire Mediterranean Basin and much of Europe, the Papal States, subject to the temporal power of the popes, and the Kingdom of Italy (1871).