- The Best Etruscan Sights – Source: Destinations section of Frommer's
- Etruria – Source: Wikipedia – "The free encyclopedia" – In multiple languages
- The Etruscan Civilization in Italy – Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010 – Source: lifeinitaly.com
- The Etruscan Foundation – "is dedicated to the study and understanding of the cultural and material history and heritage of the Etruscans, their neighbors and ancestors, by supporting research, education, conservation, and publication." – Source: web site
- Mysterious Etruscans – Source: Kids Europe – "Adventures in Italy for children and their families."
- L'OMBRA DELLA SERA – "Etruscan Splendors from Volterra in Tuscany" – "A Two-THOUSAND-YEAR-OLD INQUIRY: ETRURIA" – Source: The Sidney Mishkin Gallery of Baruch College
- Etruscan Fiesole – "A Hill Town of the Etruscans in Tuscany, Italy" – dated: Nov 3, 2009 – Natasha Sheldon – Source: Archaeology section of suite101.com – "Insightful writers. Informed readers"
- Etruscan Pathways near Pitigliano – Pauline Kenny – Source: slow travel italy section of slow travel
- Etruscan Treasures From Tuscany – dated: MARCH 31, 2009 – By WILLARD SPIEGELMAN – Source: Arts & Entertainment within the Life & Style section of European Edition of The Wall Street Journal
- Tuscan Hills Are Alive With Amateur Archaeologists – By ELISABETTA POVOLEDO – Published: August 21, 2007 – Source: Arts section of The New York Times
- Etruscan Tracks – Source: Experience Tuscany – "Travel to Tuscany without leaving your home…blog!"
- Get to know the Etruscans in Tuscany’s top 5 Etruscan Museums – posted on: Feb 10, 2010 – Source: Tuscany Arts – "See beyond the visual" – "The official blog network of Tuscany"
- Intact Etruscan home found in Tuscany – "... posted on Tuesday, May 25th, 2010 at 10:51 PM ... " – Source: The History Blog © 2010 All Rights Reserved.
- Artimino, località of Carmignano (PO)
- Etruscan Archaeological Museum of Artimino – Source: turismo.intoscana.it – In Chinese, English, Italian
- Museo Archeologico Comunale – In Italian Only – Source: Comune di Carmignano
- Chiusi (SI)
- Museo Archeologico Nazionale – Source: web site – In English, Italian – NOTE: The Italian version contains more information and details.
- Cortona (AR)
- MAEC (Museo dell’Accademia Etrusca) – Source: web site – In English, Italian
- SEE ALSO:
- Info on some of my blog entries (URLs) for Tuscany/Toscana, Italy *, dated Wednesday, July 22, 2009
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