Etruscan & Phoenician Inscriptions

Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by Pufacz
published on 20 February 2017

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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