This paper presents the results of an archaeological study on an Etruscan black figure neck-amphora from Tolle. The vase can be attributed to the Group of Munich 892. The shoulder zones are
decorated with artisans, foundry, metal working and dancers. The body zones including Peleus and
Thetis, lion, between Nereids. On the basis, of this important find, the author outlines the diffusion
of the cremation tombs in north-central Etruria during the 6th
and 5th century B.C. in relation to the
Etruscan black-figures vases used as vessels for cremation.