The Etruscans begin to speak [by] Zacharie Mayani. Translated from the French by Patrick Evans.

New York, Simon and Schuster [1964] .

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Subjects Etruscans.
Inscriptions, Etruscan.
Description xiii, 474 pages illustrations, map 24 cm
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 467-469).
Contents Part I: Confronting the Etruscan problem -- Deciphering: towards discovery; my predecessors -- Preliminary remarks on Etruscan numbers -- Part II: The Etruscan texts -- The people and the city -- The family -- Meals and the kitchen -- The tavern -- At market -- Visiting the doctor -- Etruscan art and its mythological subject-matter -- Some general terms of Etruscan religion -- Gods, demons and heroes -- The book of the mummy -- Part III: The Etruscans and the outside world -- The Etruscans and the Italic peoples -- Illyrian in relation to languages overseas -- The Illyrians and the world of the Old Testament.
Geographic Area Italy
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6450476
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