- Etruscan alphabet
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- Etruscan art
- Etruscan cities
- Etruscan civilization
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- Etruscan language
- Etruscan mythology
- Etruscan numerals
- Etruscan society
- Etruscan terracotta warriors
- Etruscan warfare
- List of English words of Etruscan origin
- List of Etruscan names for Greek heroes
- List of Spanish words of Etruscan origin
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... Etruscan alphabet Etruscan architecture Etruscan art Etruscan cities Etruscan civilization Etruscan coins Etruscan language Etruscan mythology Etruscan numerals Etruscan society Etruscan ...
... Main articles Etruscan military history and Etruscan cities See also Padanian Etruria The Etruscans, like the contemporary cultures of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome, had a significant military tradition ... and power of certain individuals in Etruscan culture, warfare was a considerable economic boon to Etruscan civilization ... Like many ancient societies, the Etruscans conducted campaigns during summer months, raiding neighboring areas, attempting to gain territory and combating piracy ...
... –...), legendary Etruscan king who reigned at Caere and fought against Aeneas Lars Porsena (6th cent ... BC), legendary Etruscan king, alleged to have besieged Rome in a vain attempt to reinstate Tarquinius Superbus on the throne Velthur Spurinna (5th cent ... BC), noble from Tarquinia, who led an Etruscan contingent to Sicily to aid Athens in the siege of Syracuse (414–413 BC) Lars Tolumnius (.. ...
... Knowledge of the Etruscan language is still far from complete ... The Etruscans are believed to have spoken a non-Indo-European language the majority consensus is that Etruscan is related only to other members of what is called the Tyrsenian language family, which in ... Tyrsenian family groups Rhaetic and Lemnian are related to Etruscan ...
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