This is an intaglio print derived from a photograph I took during this visit to Pitigliano. Pitigliano is a town in the province of Grosetto, located about fifty miles south-east of the city of Grosetto, Tuscany, Italy. The quaint old town is known as the little Jerusalem,for the historical presence of a Jewish community that has always been well integrated into the social context and that has its own synagogue. I showed up on Shabbot.
Pitigliano is home to a series of artificial cuts into the tufa rock to varying depths ranging from less than 3.3 ft to over 33 ft. At the bottom of these cuts (Italian: tagliate) are carved channels, apparently for water, although some take the form of steps. A few very brief Etruscan inscriptions are said to have been found on the walls of the cuts but are ill documented.
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