Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
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Etruskologie, Etruscología, Étruscologie, Etruscologia, Etruscology

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Etruscan - Results for Etruscan

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1,577 RESULTS: "Etruscans"


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Fraser, John
The Etruscans

(E?)(L?) https://archive.org/details/cu31924021622554

The Etruscans

Were they Celts?
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The light of an inductive philology
thrown on
forty Etruscan fossil words
preserved to us by ancient authors;
with incidental notices of the etymology of 2000 words in the
classical and modern languages, and discussions on Greek
and Roman antiquities and mythology

Fraser, John, of New South Wales.


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arthistoryresources.net
Etruscan Art Links

(E?)(L?) http://arthistoryresources.net/ARTHrome.html#Etruscan

ETRUSCAN Etruscan Art (Dr. Rozmeri Basic, University of Oklahoma), with links to Etruscan Art (Metropolitan Museum of Art's Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History) The Mysterious Etruscans (Jim Penny), with links to Etruscan Guarnacci Museum, Volterra (through Volterra Virtual Guide)
Etruscan Bologna (through the The Archaeological Museum, Bologna, Italy)
Etruscan Art in the Gregorian Etruscan Museum (through The Holy See, The Vatican)


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atlasobscura.com
Liver of Piacenza

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Liver of Piacenza

The entire known universe of the ancient Etruscans is held inside this bronze model of a sheep’s liver.

The Palazzo Farnese is a 16th century palace-turned-museum in the northern Italian city of Piacenza. Inside is something 1,600 years older than the palace itself: a bronze model of a sheep’s liver containing the whole cosmic order known to the ancient Etruscans.

The palace was built by the Duke and Duchess of Parma in about 1550, but shouldn’t be confused with the Palazzo Farnese in Rome (there you can drop in on the French Embassy, but you won’t see an Etruscan sheep’s liver). It’s open to the public for tours of the rooms and furnishings, and they have some Botticelli and other important paintings, some friezes and frescoes, and some ancient armor and weaponry. But their prized possession is this little liver.
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biodiversitylibrary.org
Three Etruscan painted sarcophagi

(E?)(L?) https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/5277#/summary

Title: Three Etruscan painted sarcophagi
By: Tarbell, Frank Bigelow, 1853-1920 | Laufer, Berthold, 1874-1934 , [editor]
Genre: Book
Material Type: Published material
Publication info: Chicago :Field Museum of Natural History ,1917.
Subjects: Antiquities , Etruria , Sarcophagi
BHL Collections: Field Museum Library


(E?)(L?) https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/25210#page/7/mode/1up

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Etruscans

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Etruscan culture developed in northern and central Italy after ca 800 BC without a serious break out of the preceding Villanovan culture. The Villanovan culture, the earliest Iron Age culture of central and northern Italy, gave way in the 7th century to an increasingly orientalizing culture that was influenced by Greek traders and Greek neighbors in Magna Graecia, the Hellenic civilization of southern Italy. The Etruscan civilization flourished in Etruria and the Po valley in the northern part of what is now Italy, prior to the arrival of Gauls in the Po valley and the formation of the Roman Republic.
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Etruscan Font

(E?)(L?) http://www.fontspace.com/dave-bastian/etruscan

The Etruscans, the predecessors of the Romans, inhabited Etruria in what is now modern Tuscany and parts of Umbria (central Italy). They flourished for roughly 900 years before being absorbed into the Roman Empire along with all other Italic peoples.

Their written language comes to us in the form of over 11,000 inscriptions (the oldest of which, I'm told, is the 8th-century-B.C. Marsilian Tablet). The Etruscan alphabet is derived from the Greek alphabet (probably the Chalcidian variant), and two forms are generally recognized: Early Etruscan (circa 700 B.C.) and Classical Etruscan (400 B.C. and later). The former comprised 26 letters, the latter 23. Classical Etruscan, in its final form, numbered only 20 letters: 4 vowels and 16 consonants. Etruscan was usually written right to left (the opposite of English), but occasionally appears in boustrophedon style (i.e., the direction alternates with each line, right-to-left/left-to-right — much like ancient Greek). Incidentally, the Greeks plowed their fields in this fashion, so it must have made sense. Go figure.


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Search Results for Etruscan

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Search Results: 87,954 items found


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krysstal.com
The Etruscan Alphabet

(E?)(L?) http://www.krysstal.com/writing_etruscan.html

The Etruscan Alphabet


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language-museum.com
Etruscan Language Sample

(E?)(L?) http://www.language-museum.com/encyclopedia/e/etruscan.php

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This temple and this group of statues was dedicated to Uni - Astarte. After having built it, the rural people and the city of Thefarie Velanias has given. After having endowed and erected it the Tameru has dedicated to the land. After three years, the day of the burial of the goddess, the Atran of the Zilac who is in charge of the sacred fire dedicated it to the heaven. This statue shall last the years of the stars. Then, Thefarie Velianas has built an offering in the ides of Masan and has done the yearly votive gift of a temple to Uni. The stars are sacred offerings.


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mysteriousetruscans.com
The mysterious Etruscans

(E?)(L?) http://www.mysteriousetruscans.com/

The mysterious Etruscans Left: "The Orator" - A second century BCE life-size representation of Aulus Metellus, magistrate and Master of the Etruscan Language. The inscription (below) on the statue is in Etruscan. and reads AULE-SHI METELI-SH VE VESIAL CLENSHI CEN FLERESH TECESAN-SHL TENINE TUTHINESH XISVLICSH", which means something like: "For Aulus Metellus, son of Vel and Vesia. Statue dedicated in recognition of his service to the public"


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Etruscan

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Etruscan (mekh Rasnal)

The Etruscan language was spoken by the Etruscans in Etruria (Tuscany and Umbria) until about the 1st century AD. After which it continued to be studied by priests and scholars, and it was used in religious ceremonies until the early 5th century AD. The emperor Claudius (10 BC - 54 AD) wrote a history of the Etruscans in 20 volumes, however none of these volumes survive.

Etruscan was related to Raetic, a language once spoken in the Alps, and also to Lemnian, once spoken on the island of Lemnos. It was also possibly related to Camunic, a language once spoken in the northwest of Italy.

Etruscan alphabet

The Etruscan alphabet developed from a Western variety of the Greek alphabet brought to Italy by Euboean Greeks. The earliest known inscription dates from the middle of the 6th century BC. Most Etruscan inscriptions are written in horizontal lines from right to left, but some are boustrophedon (running alternately left to right then right to left).

More than 10,000 Etruscan inscriptions have been found on tombstones, vases, statues, mirrors and jewellery. Fragments of an Etruscan book made of linen have also been found. Etruscan texts can be read: i.e. the pronunciation of the letters is known, though scholars are not sure what all the words mean.

No major literary works in Etruscan have survived, however there is evidence for the existence of religious and historical literature and drama. It is also possible that the Etruscans had a notation system for music.

Notable features Archaic Etruscan alphabet (7th-5th centuries BC)
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Etruscan - Results for Etruscan

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Uni Massachusetts
Rasenna: Journal of the Center for Etruscan Studies

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Electronic Resources


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About Rasenna

The electronic journal "Rasenna: Journal of the Center for Etruscan Studies" is published under the auspices of the Classics Department and the "Center for Etruscan Studies" at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The journal is an integral part of the Center’s mission to advance and promote research on the Etruscans and their civilization within the academic arena as well as to the general public.

Print publications devoted to research on the Etruscans are rare. Reliable electronic resources of a scholarly nature are virtually non-existent. The journal Rasenna provides free access to cutting-edge, peer-reviewed articles that address topics across a range of interdisciplinary perspectives. The journal also publishes substantive reviews of the latest books in the field and encourages scholarly responses to published articles.

The electronic medium affords publication opportunities that cannot be matched by print journals due to cost and formatting constraints. It permits the publication of full-color images, video segments, and audio clips. Links to other sites can be embedded in the text. The Etruscans left behind a wealth of artifacts and epigraphic documents, images of which can be presented effectively in an electronic format. The electronic medium also permits more timely publication of research and reviews. By publishing electronically the amount of time elapsing between the submission of an article and its appearance in a print can be halved thus permitting more efficient transmission of scholarly ideas. Finally, given the rising cost of print productions and decreases in funding for library resources, an electronic publication ensures that the international community of scholars has free and unlimited access to the latest research in the field.


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