Etruscans

The Etruscans were an ancient people living in what are today the Italian regions of Tuscany, western Umbria, and northern Lazio. They had their own language, attested in inscriptions from ca. 700 BC onwards. They were assimilated by the Roman Republic from the fourth century BC onwards.

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Chariots
Chariots
Ancient World Magazine podcast #14

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The Chigi Vase
The Chigi Vase
Ceci n’est pas une phalange

Josho Brouwers and Roel Konijnendijk

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The Battle of Cumae
The Battle of Cumae
Between regional squabble and pan-Mediterranean posturing

Joshua R. Hall

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The aspis
The aspis
A global shield

Joshua R. Hall

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An elaborate romance?
An elaborate romance?
The Etruscan reputation for piracy

Joshua R. Hall

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Aeneas in Vulci
Aeneas in Vulci
An Etruscan black-figure amphora

Joshua R. Hall

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The story of Rome’s first rival
The story of Rome’s first rival
A review of a new book on Veii

Joshua R. Hall

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A noble bastard and a globalizing world
A noble bastard and a globalizing world

Joshua R. Hall

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Crocifisso del tufo
Crocifisso del tufo
An Etruscan cemetery at Orvieto

Josho Brouwers

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The Etruscan well in Perugia
The Etruscan well in Perugia

Josho Brouwers

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Etruscans in Perugia
Etruscans in Perugia

Josho Brouwers

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Achilles’ slaying of Troilus
Achilles’ slaying of Troilus

Josho Brouwers

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