Discovering the etruscans.pdf

Discovering the etruscans PDF

Lazrus Paula K.

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The Etruscan civilization lasted from about 900 BC to 27 BC and was a culture in ancient Italy.The Romans called the people Etrusci or Tusci.The Ancient Greeks called them Tyrrhenoi or Tyrrsenoi.The Etruscans called themselves Rasenna.. The Etruscan civilization began in pre-history.When it was most powerful, it had three confederacies (like modern states): Etruria, Latinum and the Po Valley

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Discovering the etruscans.pdf


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