Etruscology


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Etruscology

the study of Etruscan civilization, especially its artifacts and language. — Etruscologist, n.
See also: Antiquity
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Indeed, this book is such a "good read" that it tends to conceal the writer's deep erudition not only about the Etruscans but about the history of Etruscology.
Prof Claudio di Palma of Florence, a specialist on Etruscology, had indicated his willingness to lecture in South Africa; interested universities were to contact Prof Kriel.
The material discovery of Etruscan civilization and its distinguishing characteristics gave birth to Etruscology, a branch of archaeology devoted completely to the study, preservation and promotion of Etruscan civilization in the world.