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The etruscan sanctuary located in S. Antonio at Cerveteri is one of the most famous cult places of Etruria. Two temples were founded in it, repeatedly reconstructed. The temple A 2, the greatest of them, was decorated with a new façade with tufa columns and capitals with divine heads, between the end of the IV and the beginnings of III Century b.C.
This chronology necessitates a new revision, in order to get more accurate results: it is indeed crucial establishing if that monumental architecture is to be attributed to the free state-city Ceizra (late IV Century b.C.) or to Caere, a city under the roman domination as a praefectura (273 b.C.).
The study of the ceramics and of the architectural terracottas system found in different deposits along the temple, together with a new survey on the problem of the first praefecturae in the cities of the conquered Etruria, will enable us to give an answer to that question.
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