Etruscan Language

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Etruscan Gold Ring

Etruscan Gold Ring, late 4th or early 3rd century b.c.; Late Classical or Hellenistic

The mysterious Etruscans were major players in the evolution of European civilization. Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Ruins, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Mayan Ruins, Etruscan Language, Ancient Architecture

Etruscans

The mysterious Etruscans were major players in the evolution of European civilization. Fleur Kinson sheds some light on a fascinating, near-forgotten people, and comes face-to-face with them in Tarquinia.

Model of a sheep's liver, used for telling the future, inscribed with the names of Etruscan gods, 100 B. Telling the future by looking at an animals Liver was also practised by the ancient Chinese. Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Carthage, Etruscan Language, Constellations In The Sky, Early Middle Ages, Minoan, Prehistory, Ancient Artifacts

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 Gold pin with a Mistress of the Animals (potnia theron). Ancient Romans, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Etruscan Language, Potnia Theron, Roman Alphabet, Roman Names, Phoenician, Prehistory

Ancient Etruscan Art of Europe - Culturally related to the Phoenician Seafarers and the glue between Asia and Western Europe

Etruscan. Louvre. Gold pin with a Mistress of the Animals (potnia theron). Gold with granulation, ca. 630 BC. Jatrow, 2008. "The Pyrgi tablets" are laminated sheets of gold both in Etruscan and Phoenician languages. They are exhibited at the Etruscan Museum in Rome – “Museo di Villa Giulia” Read more here: Etruscan–Phoenician Alphabet (link) Etruscan. Gold Winged female figure Louvre. 6th century BCE. Unknown origin. Photo by Jastrow, own work, 2008. Etruscan pendant with swastika symbols…