From “Etruscan Sunlight,” a piece about the town of Cortona, published in Traveler’s Tales: Italy (Solas House, Inc., Palo Alto) with an Introduction by Jan Morris:
There are tombs from 800 to 200 B.C. near the train station in Camucia and on the road to Foiano, where the custodian never likes the tip. Maybe he’s in a bad mood because he spends eerie nights. His small farmhouse, with a bean patch and yard-roaming chickens, coexists with this tomba that would appear strangely primordial in the moonlight. A little uphill, a rusted yellow sign is all that points to the so-called tomb of Pythagoras.
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