Isidoro Falchi

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Isidoro Falchi

Isidoro Falchi (Montopoli in Val d'Arno, 26 April 1838 – Campiglia Marittima, 30 April 1914) was an Italian doctor and self-taught archaeologist. He is notable for his discovery of the Etruscan remains at Vetulonia and the necropolises at Populonia.[1]

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  • "Falchi, Isidoro" in Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani, vol. 44, Roma 1994.

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  1. ^ Isidoro Falchi (1965). VETULONIA E LA SUA NECROPOLI ANTICHISSIMA. L'erma Di Bretschneider. 

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