The Etruscans were the most important--and remarkable--of the peoples who inhabited early Italy. But when the Romans gained supremacy, the distinctive Etruscan culture gradually disappeared. This masterly re-creation of the lives of a now-forgotten people lifts the veil from every aspect of their civilization--origins, language, religion, and art.
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Jacques Heurgon was born in Paris in 1903. After attending the Ecole Normale he obtained his Docteur-es-Lettres. He was Professor of Latin Literature and Language at the Sorbonne.
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