The Etruscans .

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Starting point of the Etruscans. Started landing around 1200 BCE; by 800 BCE, they had built up various city states; by 600 BCE, they had assumed control Rome. Called themselves the Rasenna, the Greeks called them Tyrrhenioi; the Romans called them the Etruscans. Originated from eastern Mediterranean, perhaps Asia Minor. Their property was called Etruria..
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The Etruscans

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Origin of the Etruscans Began landing around 1200 BCE; by 800 BCE, they had built up various city states; by 600 BCE, they had assumed control Rome. Called themselves the Rasenna , the Greeks called them Tyrrhenioi ; the Romans called them the Etruscans . Originated from eastern Mediterranean, potentially Asia Minor. Their territory was called Etruria .

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The Land of the Etruscans

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Etruscan Political System Independent, braced city-states. Framed little alliances. Had a solid military that overwhelmed all the encompassing people groups. By 6c BCE, the Etruscan military had vanquished a significant part of the Italian peninsula,including Rome and the island of Corsica.

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Etruscan Military 6c BCE Chariot Bronze Warrior

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Etruscan Writing Most engravings found on tombs and landmarks and mirrors. We can declare Etruscan words, since they utilize a letters in order like Greek, however we have no idea about their importance. More than 10,000 Etruscan engravings.

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Lemnos Stelae – 6c BCE

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The Etruscan Alphabet

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Etruscan Writing Tablet

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Etruscan Religion Polytheistic. Trusted that the fate of man was dictated by the impulses of the divine beings. Put stock in prescience and perusing the indications of nature by forecasts . Had confidence in fate.

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Reconstruction of an Etruscan Temple

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Etruscan Cemetery

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Etruscan Funeral & Tomb

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Etruscan Tomb Wall & Tomb Fresco

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Interior of an Etruscan Tomb

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Sarcophagus of an Etruscan Couple

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Etruscan Gold Jewelry

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Life-Size Statue of an Etruscan Baby in Swaddling Clothes

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Etruscan Art made for religious or utilitarian purposes. Most celebrated pieces made out of earthenware. Numerous paintings and frescoes on tomb dividers. Energetic delineations of life—moving, diversions, music, and devouring. Earthenware at first duplicates of Greek works. Later, made their own particular bronze stoneware. Bronze specialties [mirrors, bowls, candelabra].

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Dance, Dance, Spin ! Twofold Flutist

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An Etruscan Banquet

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Etruscan Wrestlers

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Etruscan Jars & Vases

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Etruscan Bronzes

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The Gate of Volterra: First known Archway ever!

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The time of Etruscan control which kept going right around 100 years, impacts the advancement of Rome. From the Etruscans the Romans learned… . The most effective method to utilize the curve and construct expansive reservoir conduits to transport crisp water and created urban seepage frameworks.

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They took in the aptitudes of metal-working. A number of the Etruscans\' religious convictions turn out to be a piece of Roman life. The Romans received the Etruscan letters in order. The Etruscans had taken their letter set from the Greeks and the Romans transformed it to fit their own Latin dialect. Later this letters in order framed the premise of many composed dialects including English, Frenc, Italian, and Spanish.

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Tarquin [Etruscan] Rulers of Rome

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