Etruscan and Early Roman Architecture
Yale University Press, Jan 1, 1978 - Architecture - 262 pages
Axel Boethius's account begins about 1400 B.C. with the primitive villages of the Italic tribes. The scene was transformed by the arrival of the Greeks and by the Etruscans who by about 600 had Rome and Central Italy under their cultural spell.
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