Etruscan & Phoenician Inscriptions

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Mark Cartwright
by Pufacz
published on 20 February 2017
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Gold sheet plaques from Pygri, the port of Etruscan Cerveteri. In both the Etruscan and Phoenician alphabet they describe the separation of a space dedicated in the temple there for Astarte. c. 500 BCE (Museo di Villa Giulia, Rome)

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