Cerveteri, the ancient Etruscan town Cere, now located at Via delle Necropoli, was one of the most populated and culturally advanced towns of the ancient world. The necropolis of Cere numbers many crypts of 6th-1st centuries BC. Some of the crypts and burial mounds, like the tomb of the Shields and Seats, are built in the likeness of houses with chambers, doors and passageways. The tomb of the Bas-reliefs is decorated with bas-reliefs of tools, pets, and mythical figures. The best discoveries of Cerveteri are housed in the museums of Vatican.