I'd like to thank my dear friends who bear with me locking myself in my room for days & days to do "meanial school work." I'm glad they understand I actually *like* this kinda stuff!

My parents, who have always supported me, even when while I am in my twenties... they rock & everyone is jealous!

Thank you go my dear co-workers & friends:
Alison, who oh-so kindly, reviewed this paper & fixed those little errors that mean so much.
Queen Esta, a madame of royal blood, who kindly allowed me to borrow a book that helped me greatly on paper about the Greeks & searched for references about the Etruscans. A noble deed indeed!

And... my teacher. I never see him since this Art History class is strictly online. However, he has helped make this self-driven exploration into art a most interesting one.

Works Cited

Adams, Laurie Schneider. Art Across Time, Second Edition. New York: 2002

ArtLex: Delahunt, Michael. “ArtLex on The Etruscans” ©1996. Visited April 12, 2004

Bloch, Raymond. Ancient People and Places: The Etruscans. Frederick A. Praeger, New York: 1958.

ChristusRex: Olteanu, Michael. “Christus Rex et Redemptor Mundi: Museo Gregoriano Etrusco I ” ©1995. Visited April 16, 2004 Halsall, Paul “Ancient History Sourcebook: Livy: The Rape of Lucretia, from the History of Rome” ©1998. Fordham University. Visited: April 17, 2004

Goldscheider, Ludwig. Etruscan Sculpture. Oxford University Press, New York: 1941.

Hamblin, Dora Jane & Editors. The Emergence of Man: The Etruscans. Time Life Books, New York: 1975.

Macnamara, Ellen. Everyday Life of the Etruscans. B. T. Batsford LTD, London:1973. “The Mysterious Etruscans.” Visited: March 7, 2004 “Southern Etruria Virtual Museum: The Language” Visited: April 18, 2004

Spivey, Nigel. Etruscan Art. Thames & Hudson, London:1997. Bardi, Ugo “The Chimaera of Arezzo” ©1997. University of Firenze, Italy. Visited: April 17, 2004 “Worlds Entwined Etruscans, Greeks, & Romans: the Etruscan World” ©2002. University of Pennsylvania. Visited: April 14, 2004

Miscellaneous Rockin' Etruscan Links
Student who found Etruscan Artifact - really cool site!
Etruscan Women
Etruscan Women
Feminae Romanae: The Women of Ancient Rome & Etruria
History of Sex: Early Mediterranean: Etruscans of Italy
Philadelphia Inquirer | 03/13/2003 | In the time of the Etruscans
Reflections on Etruscan Civilization
oracular centers
Ancient History Sourcebook: Xenophon: On Men and Women from Oikonomikos, c. 370 BCE
The Etruscans - Art and Ancient Civilizations in Italy
Etruscan Linguistics
Etruscan_Phrases: Etruscan words, conjugation and declension patterns and translations
Map of Etruscan Art
Etruscan Art Essay
Etruscan Links

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