It was constructed between the 12th and 13th centuries, built upon a rectangular base and attached at the corner to a two-storey building.
Tarchna, Corneto, Tarquinia
The wall surfaces are smooth and constructed of squared “macco” stone seamed together with a cement mixture of lime, sand and the mineral “pozzolana”. It is decorated in the upper section of the “nenfro” cornice with large jutting shelf-like tablets. The base of the tower is of hewn stone rectangular blocks, out of which a semicircular, now partially sealed, arched door opens.