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George Dennis (1814–1898) was a British antiquarian who was the first modern investigator of ancient Etruria and Etruscan archaeological remains. After visiting Etruria several times between 1842 and 1847, Dennis entered the diplomatic service, becoming pro–consul to Sicily in 1863. These volumes, first published in 1848, are the result of his travels in Etruria and contain the first scholarly account of Etruscan archaeological sites. Originally written as a guide for tourists who wished to see ancient sites beyond the familiar Roman remains, the book describes the antiquities in each Etruscan city in great detail, with major centres such as Veii having a section each for the city and cemetery remains. Illustrated with images of antiquities, architectural remains and plans of the larger sites, this volume provides valuable information on sites which have since been lost, destroyed or damaged. Volume 1 includes the sites of Veii and Tarquinia.
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- Date Published: September 2010
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781108020039
- length: 650 pages
- dimensions: 216 x 140 x 36 mm
- weight: 0.82kg
- contains: 50 b/w illus. 5 maps
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. Veii - the city
2. Veii - the cemetery
3. Castel Giubileo - Fidenae
4. Sutri - Sutrium
5. Nepi - Nepete
6. Civita Castellana - Falerii (Veteres)
7. Falleri - Falerii (Novi)
9. Orte - Horta
10. Feronia and Capena
11. Monte Cimino - Mons Ciminus
12. Viterbo - Surrina
13. Ferento - Ferentinum
15. Castel d'Asso - Castellum Axio
16. Norchia - Orcle?
17. Bieda - Blera
18. Corneto. Tarquinii - the cemetery
19. Tarquinii - the city
23. Toscanella - Tuscania
25. Pitigliano and Sorano
26. Sovana - Suana
27. Bolsena - Volsinii
28. Monte Fiascone - Fanum Voltumnae?
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