THE EARLY ETRUSCANS by Donald Strong

THE EARLY ETRUSCANS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The pleasure-prone Etruscans, whose rich agricultural and mineral resources matched their cultural accomplishments, pass in review. Dr. Strong, the British Museum's assistant keeper of Greek and Roman antiquities, starts with the land and concludes with the language, stopping along the way to describe history, customs, art, and government.

Pub Date: Oct. 23rd, 1968
Publisher: Putnam