Pyrgi

(from the article `ancient Italic people`) ...Etruscan-Latin bilingual inscriptions, all funerary, have little importance with respect to improving knowledge of Etruscan. But inscribed gold ... ...to necropolises) and in understanding the Etruscan language, limit the historical data derivable from Etruscology. The potential for such ......
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Pyrgi

Pyrgi was an ancient Etruscan port in Latium, central Italy, to the north-west of Caere. Its location is now occupied by the burgh of Santa Severa. Remains of its defensive walls exist in polygonal blocks of limestone and sandstone, neatly jointed. They enclosed a rectangular area some 200 m in width and at least 220 m in length. The south-west ex...
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