These examples are from a collection of about 615 individual carved ambers, which are exceptional in terms of quality, rarity, type, and condition. As is usual with early Italic ambers, the pieces are mostly pendants from necklaces, belts, or fibulae. They range from simple beads to elaborate ornaments. Notable among the figured ambers are several human heads, a hippocampus, and a thunderbolt as well as a remarkable array of animals. The bulk of the ambers may be asigned to the late sixth and fifth centuries B.C.