In this section, the first encountered by the visitor, there are some Etruscan grave goods and Roman architectural finds, found nearby Acquaviva di Montepulciano over the last century, as well as some Etruscan cinerary urns from the collection of the noble Pietro Bucelli from Montepulciano, while from the collection Paolozzi probably comes the great Etruscan stone door, used until the Roman era as an entrance of a burial place. The remarkable aesthetic value of the findings, as well as testifying the importance of the Val di Chiana as a crossroad since antiquity, demonstrates also the wealth of the territory. The most prestigious ones are certainly bronze objects, in particular a precious foculo – a sort of brazier – and a candelabra, found in the equipment of the eponymous tomb.