Discovering the etruscans.pdf

Discovering the etruscans PDF

Lazrus Paula K.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lazrus, Paula Kay. Discovering the Etruscans. Roma : L'Erma di Bretschneider, ©1990 (OCoLC)1002814726 Discover the Etruscans There are still important traces of the long Etruscan history in Bologna dating between the 9th and 4th century BC. To discover these roots of ancient Bologna, the Etruscan city in the Po Valley, you need to search deeply, especially in the museums of the city and of the province. www.bolognawelcome.it

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