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The World of the Etruscans, Bowers Museum of Cultural Art (2001, Paperback Book)Large illustrated softcover book in excellent unread condition, as shown. This book is a photographic display of the exhibition "The World of the Etruscans" which highlights the magnificent legacy of this truly great civilization, hosted by the Bowers Museum of Cultural Art,. Between 2,700-2,100 years ago in the area of Italy known as Tuscany, the Etruscans gave us the concept of banquet, roman numerals, the keystone arch, aqueducts and even the toga. The Etruscans developed the first cities in Europe, and were the first to cultivate grapes and olives. Large format: 10.25 x 12.5 inches.The Etruscans, believed to be indigenous peoples, flourished from the 7th century B.C. to the 1st century B.C. before being defeated by the Romans. Yet all we know of this once great civilization is from meager writings of ancient Greek and Roman scholars and from the artifacts they left behind.142 pages ----- Soft Cover Shipping Returns All items are shipped to you from our warehouse within 2 business days of receiving payment.We are more than happy to combine the shipping for discounts on multiple items! Items may be returned within 14 days for a refund. Items must be in the same condition as received.We will give a full refund including shipping on any item that is not 100% as described, guaranteed! Payment Feedback We accept all payments through Paypal. California residents will be charged 8.25% sales tax.Please complete your order and make payment within 7 days of the end of the product. If your experience is anything less than 5 stars, PLEASE CONTACT US before leaving feedback.Give us a chance to fix it and make things right, we will work very hard to resolve any problems.My Items For Sale • My Feedback • Save To FavoritesPowered by eCRATER . List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.