The ancient city of Orvieto was a major centre of Etruscan civilization. Orvieto was annexed by Rome in the third century BC. Because of its site on a high and steep volcanic rock the city was virtually impregnable. After the collapse of the Roman Empire its defensible site gained new importance and the episcopal seat was transferred from Bolsena. At the end of the 13th century the population of the Orvieto region numbered about 30,000. The population of the ancient cliff top town is now around 3,000, whereas the entire Orvieto population, incorporating the valley township and surrounding areas is over 20,000.

 

There are three image sizes. Each one is printed on 300gsm cotton rag paper. There are three corresponding framed sizes which include a timber frame in a choice of five colours; a glass window and a white mat board.

 

 

Delivery is free within Australia. The cost of shipping outside of Australia will be quoted upon request.

 

 

The Streets Of Orvieto

SKU: PCB1386SQ
$385.00Price
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  • Please allow up to ten working days before your order can be despatched.

    I use Australia Post Parcel Express so delivery will take between 2-3 days within Australia.


    Delivery is free within Australia. The cost of shipping outside of Australia will be quoted upon request.

  • 31 x 31cm print is 57 x 57cm fully framed

    41 x 41cm print is 75 x 75cm fully framed

    51 x 51cm print is 91 x 91cm fully framed

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