Etruscan civilization


Etruscan civilization

Available in the Gazeteer of Bill Thayer's Website at [http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Gazetteer/Places/Europe/Italy/_Periods/Roman/Archaic/Etruscan/_Texts/DENETR*/home.html]
*cite book | author=Freeman, Edward Augustus | authorlink=Edward Augustus Freeman | title= History of Federal Government in Greece and Italy | date=1893|publisher=Macmillan and Co | location=London, New York


*cite book|last=Greenidge|first=A. H. J.|title=A History of Rome During the Later Republic and Early Principate|year=2003
*cite book|last=de Grummond|first=Nancy & Erika Simon(editors)|title=The Religion of the Etruscans|publisher=University of Texas Press|year=2006|id=ISBN 0-292-70687-1
*cite book|last=Hampton|first= C.|title=The Etruscans and the survival of Etruria|location=London|publisher=Victor Gollancz|year=1969
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*cite book|last=Maetzke|first=Guglielmo|title=The Art of the Etruscans|origyear=1969
*cite book|last=Macnamara|first=E.|title=Everyday Life of the Etruscans|location=London|publisher=B. T. Batsford|year=1973
*cite book|last=Massa|first=Aldo|title=The Etruscans|publisher=Editions Minerva|year=1989
*cite book|last=Pallottino, M.|authorlink=Massimo Pallottino | title=The Etruscans|location=London|publisher=Penguin Books|year=1975
*cite book|last=Richardson|first=Emeline|authorlink=Emeline Hill Richardson|title=The Etruscans: Their Art and Civilization|location=Chicago|publisher=University of Chicago Press|year=1964
*cite book|last=Roldán Hervás|first=José Manuel|title=Historia de Roma|location=Salamanca|publisher=Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca|year=2000
*cite book|last=Spivy|first=N.|coauthors=S. Stoddart|title=Etruscan Italy|location=London|publisher=Batsford|year=1990
*cite book|last=Stillwell|first=Richard, ed. |title=Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites|year=1976
*cite book|last=Torelli|first=Mario, ed.|authorlink=Mario Torelli| title=Gli Etruschi |location=Milan|publisher=Bompiani|year=2000

See also

* Chimera of Arezzo
* Etruria
* National Etruscan Museum
* Sarcophagus of the Spouses
* Tomb of the Roaring Lions

External links

* [http://www.physorg.com/news101272605.html Genetical evidences]

General

* [http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Gazetteer/Places/Europe/Italy/_Periods/Roman/Archaic/Etruscan/_Texts/DENETR*/home.html Cities and Cemeteries of Etruria] , the book by George Dennis at LacusCurtius
* [http://www.umass.edu/etruscannews Etruscan News Online] , the Newsletter of the American Section of the Institute for Etruscan and Italic Studies.
* [http://www.mysteriousetruscans.com Mysterious Etruscans] , community dedicated to the preservation of Etruscan culture.

Genetics

* [http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=1181945 The Etruscans: A Population-Genetic Study]
* [http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04/03/science/03etruscan.html?ex=1333252800&en=bb3531361c0207b8&ei=5088&partner=rssnyt&emc=rss DNA Boosts Herodotus’ Account of Etruscans as Migrants to Italy]

Cities and sites

* [http://www.eng.archeopg.arti.beniculturali.it/canale.asp?id=499 (Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici dell'Umbria) "The Cai Cutu Etruscan tomb"] An undisturbed late Etruscan family tomb, reused between the 3rd and 1st century BC, reassembled in the National Archeological Museum of Perugia
* [http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/mishkin/lombra/etruscan.html Etruscan Splendors from Volterra in Tuscany]

Art

* [http://www.usc.edu/dept/LAS/wsrp/educational_site/uscarc/Pendant.shtml Etruscan Lion Plaque Pendant] , article on a piece of Etruscan art.

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