Tarquinia and Etruscan origins [by] Hugh Hencken.


New York, Praeger [1968] .

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Standard Title Tarquinia, Villanovans, and early Etruscans
Subjects Etruscans.
Italy -- Tarquinia.
Tarquinia (Italy)
Series Ancient peoples and places (Thames and Hudson) ; v. 62.
Description 248 pages illustrations, maps 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes "This volume is a brief summary of a larger work in two volumes called Tarquinia, Villanovans, and early Etruscans."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 167-173).
Contents I. Tarquinian landscape -- II. Villanovan I -- Burial customs -- Pottery -- Metal objects -- 'Egyptian objects' -- Chronology -- Pottery (Villanovan I or II) -- Metal objects (Villanovan I or II) -- III. Villanovan II -- Burial customs -- Pottery -- Other objects -- The warrior's tomb -- IV. Villanovan background I: Italy before the Villanovans -- The Italian Bronze Age -- Apennine elements in Villanovan -- The earlier Previllanovan urnfields -- South-eastern Sicily -- Later Previllanovan urnfields -- Some Previllanovan bronzes -- V. Villanovan background II: Balkan elements -- VI. Villanovan background III: Central European elements -- The Central European urnfields -- Central European elements in Villanovan -- VII. Villanovan background IV: Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean elements -- General conclusions -- VIII. Period III -- IX. Invaders and traditions -- X. Who were the Villanovans and Etruscans?
Geographic Area Italy
Network Numbers (OCoLC)443260
(OCoLC)ocm00443260
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Hencken, Hugh, 1902-1981.
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