Arezzo was built in pre-Etruscan times in an area inhabited since prehistoric times, as evidenced by the discovery of stone tools and the so-called "Olmo man", dating back to the Paleolithic, near the Olmo hamlet during excavation work Of a short gallery of the Rome-Florence railroad in 1863. Arezzo was then one of the main Etruscan cities, and most probably home to one of the 12 lucumonie. At this time there are valuable works of art, such as Chimera, now preserved in Florence, whose image so characterizes the city almost to become a second symbol, and it is also worth mentioning the vast Poggio Sole necropolis, formed in VI Century BC And used up to the Roman age is rich in historical monuments.
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