1. Tomb of the Triclinium. Dancers, right wall. Tarquinia. 480-70 B.C. Tarquinia, Museo Archeologico.

    Etruscan society is mainly known through the memorial and achievemental inscriptions on monuments of Etruscan civilization, especially tombs.

    Ancient Etruria, Italian Peninsula, 700 BC to 1st century AD.

     
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    Etruscan society is also known for its depictions of ridiculous dances and very complex handshakes. Obtaining knowledge...
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