ten years of the III century B. C.”.
Semichamber Tomb Alto Adige Street (TA) See Antonietta Dell’Aglio, Proposta di itinerari archeologici di Taranto e Provincia: “The tomb, with a rectangular hole in the stone, has plastered walls, except from an area in the inferior part near the bottom: so the dislocated plan had to be raised with a perishable material (…) The excavation of the funerary structure, without a covering, let us hypothesize an ancient use of it as a place of drainage. The rests of the mortuary equipments and the architectural fragments of the external monument let us to date it back to the second half of the III century B.C.”
Chamber Tomb Acton Street (TA) See Antonietta Dell’Aglio, Proposta di itinerari archeologici di Taranto e Provincia: “ In 1982, in the north-east sector, far few hundreds of meters from the walls that encircled the greek town on the East, has been found …an area used with funerary purposes, characterized by little units of burial, at a variable distance between them. It was connected to the biggest hellenistic necropolis…”. “ One of the tomb has a lobby which was parte obtained from the stone and part realised with dry-stones (…) The other funerary hypogeum, discovered in a bad status, has a rectangular plan that originally should have walls blocks-covered”.
Necropolis and place of worship S. Sergio, Massafra (TA) See. Grazia Angela Maruggi, Proposta di itinerari archeologici di Taranto e Provincia: “Of the big necropolis, have been studied about 80 tombs, concentrated into two principal groups…they belong to a typology well known in other greek necropolis: rectangular holes digged into the rock, closed between two big no-rectangular slabbes and completed by deep countertrenches ….the equipments are poor, constituted bytwo or three objects (…) a series of votive earthenware dated back to the IV century B. C. and consisting in all types of Dionysos - Hades reclining on kline, Persephone - Kore and Dioscuri, has been discovered in an area in the north of the settlement”.