Etruscan

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List Of Night Deities - Etruscan
... Artume, (also called Aritimi, Artames, or Artumes), Etruscan goddess of night. ...
Louvre - Collections - Greek, Etruscan, and Roman
... The Greek, Etruscan, and Roman department displays pieces from the Mediterranean Basin dating from the Neolithic to the 6th century ...
List Of Etruscan Mythological Figures - T
... Taitle The Etruscan form of the mythological figure Daedalus ... to be the same as Tages, founder of the Etruscan religion, mentioned by Roman authors ... Tarchon An Etruscan culture hero who, with his brother, Tyrrhenus, founded the Etruscan Federation of twelve cities ...
Etruscan - Creative Works
... The Etruscan, a novel The Etruscan Mask, a Gothic film Sketches of Etruscan Places and other Italian essays, a book ...
Linda Lappin - Novels
... In The Etruscan, her first novel, Harriet Sackett, a feminist photographer, travels to Italy to photograph Etruscan tombs for the Theosophical Society ... del Re, who materializes and disappears into the Etruscan landscape ... is he a real count, or even a real man a fantasy or an Etruscan ghost? The novel draws inspiration from the literary gothic novel, Jungian archetypes, fairy ...