The archaeological area of Sodo and Camucia Tomb is located in Cortona. The Archaeological Area actively supports the Etruscan Academy Museum of the City of Cortona. The archaeological area comprises the mound II of Sodo which is one of the three "melons", as they are called the mounds and etruschi of Cortona. On the territory there are imposing buildings of Etruscan funerary calls Meloni and Tanelle and Roman roads on the mountains of Cortona. They were found about 17 tombs of different epochs: from the Etruscan and Roman republican and imperial. Among the three Etruscan funerary monuments mound II of Sodo with a spectacular staircase decorated with sculptures and architectural elements to the Orientalist style. The Etruscan artifacts found in the two mounds are on display in the MAEC the Archaeological Etruscan Museum of Cortona. Among the remains found there is a magnificent Roman villa That is now being restored. The archaeological area is used for cycle paths and hiking to discover Etruscan archeology.