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Murlo and the Etruscans: Art and Society in Ancient Etruria (Wisconsin Studies in Classics) Hardcover – July 15, 1994


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Controversy has surrounded the ancient Etruscan site of Murlo—near Siena, Italy—ever since excavations were begun there in the late 1960s.  Chief among the riddles is the function of the imposing building that dominates the Tuscan landscape and the reason for its destruction  near the end of the sixth century B.C.

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Richard Daniel De Puma is professor of art and art history at the University of Iowa. He is the author of Etruscan Tomb-Groups: Ancient Pottery and Bronzes in Chicago’s Field Museum and co-editor of Rome and India: The Ancient Sea Trade, the latter published by the University of Wisconsin Press.  Jocelyn Penny Small  is professor of art history and director of the U. S. Center, Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae, Rutgers University.  She is the author of Studies Related to the Theban Cycle on Late Etruscan Urns and Cacus and Marsyas in Etrusco–Roman Legend.

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