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Tar·quin·i·i

 (tär-kwĭn′ē-ī′)
An ancient city of central Italy northwest of Rome. Head of the Etruscan League, it was defeated by Roman forces in the fourth century bc and lost its independence in the third century. The modern village of Tarquinia has a museum displaying notable Etruscan antiquities.
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The Regional Agency for the Development and Innovation of Agriculture of Lazio (ARSIAL) hosted the delegation at their headquarters based in Rome, as well as at the Tarquinia Demonstration and Experimental Farm.
He gained recognition in 1975 with the publication of Sepulcro en tarquinia, a poetry book based on his experience living in Italy from 1970 to 1974.
In 180 pages of text, there is passing reference at best to the grandiose tumuli of Cerveteri with their rock-cut interiors mimicking the appearance of Etruscan houses; the magnificent frescoes of the Archaic and Classical subterranean tomb chambers of Tarquinia; and the Apollo of Veii and the painted terracotta statues of that site's Portonaccio Temple.
Since Les Petits Chevaux de Tarquinia (1953), she has rejected the descriptive, analytic, and linear qualities of her early style in favor of one that is suggestive, poetic, and disdainful of chronology (e.g., as in Le Ravissement de Lal V.
Materiali del Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Tarquinia, XVI.
More dramatically, I was subjected to the same meteorological vagaries that he experienced: a 'sunny April morning' in Cerveteri; the wind blowing 'stiffer and stiffer' in Tarquinia; 'gloomy' Vulci; and 'cold, almost icy' Volterra.
Convective and Volcanic Clouds Detection, Monitoring and Modeling, 19-28 October, Tarquinia, Italy
Civitavecchia is the gateway to Rome but, in keeping with our food theme, we opted for an excursion to Il Mandoleto Farm, an agriturismo farmhouse in Tarquinia. Here we enjoyed a rustic lunch of courgette frittata, tapenade, pecorino with honey, prosciutto and sweet tomatoes.