The first name is that of an Etruscan Queen, one sensitive to omens.
Balanchine danced the role of Polio and Tanaquil, the Etruscan Queen sensitive to omens, danced the victim.
I've seen it before; yes, seen her shut up in the Vatican, immortal on an old Etruscan vase.
The saturae contained an Etruscan element, but atellans were entirely Etruscan.
Already the Arcadian cavalry and the brave Etruscan together hold the appointed ground.
Certainly it must have been a considerable town in the Etruscan period.
Such candle holders have been found in Etruscan graves, but the candelabra met with at Pompeii were all designed to carry lamps.
It is by the subject chiefly that the Etruscan vases are distinguished from the Greek vases.
The union of Italy was accomplished through the overthrow of the Samnite and Etruscan civilizations.
The Celtic dolmen and cromlech, the Etruscan tumulus, the Hebrew galgal, are words.
1706, from Latin Etruscus "an Etruscan," from Etruria, ancient name of Tuscany, of uncertain origin, but containing an element that might mean "water" (see Basque) and which could be a reference to the rivers in the region.