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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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 birth and development of Etruscology is the product of continuous interaction among scholars of many nations.
While Etruscology advanced due to a significant number of excavations and improved techniques, the main debate over Etruscan origins from the 19th century until our present day still remains polarized.