The third issue of the journal is dedicated to Professor Jacopo De Grossi Mazzorin, who passed away before the publication of the contribution on the equine deposition in the Lippi necropolis 65/2008, who also gave an essential contribution to the study of the Verucchio necropolises and who collaborated during of the years with professionalism and humanity, always with great attention to young students. The journal resumes the editorial line and objectives of the first issue, aimed at publishing new data relating to research activities on the necropolises of Verucchio, presenting the same approach in three sections. The first, dedicated to Verucchio, opens with a study on archival data relating to one of the Verucchio burial grounds, in the Moroni land, and then continues with the presentation of the excavation reports of a new group of tombs investigated in 2008 in the Lippi necropolis (from 61 to 67) and some typological classifications of the askoi and of the large nucleus of necklace passers-by. A contribution dedicated to the analysis of male graves with weapons in reference to the funerary ritual is also published. The second section, relating to Emilia-Romagna, is dedicated to the preliminary report of tomb 142 of the necropolis of Via Belle Arti in Bologna, discovered during the 2004 excavation campaign. Finally, in the third section "Italy, the Mediterranean and Europe" an update on the study of the art of situlae is presented, which delves into the method of studying the structure of the story and its synoptic language.