Etruscans

Earliest record: -1000
Last record: -50

Language family: Unknown

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YearsAction
-1000-50Located in [1]
-800-700Expanded to
-800-500Located in
-800-450Located in
-700-600Expanded to
-700-425Located in [2]
-524Attacked [3]
-505Attacked [3]
-474Attacked [3]
-450-250Were assimilated
-425-325Were assimilated [1]

Location Info

  1. W I betw Pisa & Rome,Map page 359 (better map in Putzger, p. 21,II)
  2. Area N of Arno R to Alps; NE I; E Corsica (see ref 168, map 6).
  3. E Corsica
  4. {Area N of Arno R to Alps; NE I; E Corsica (see ref 168, map 6).} *{901-105}*
  5. Campagna region, I (less Greek enclave, see Atlas of Roman World, p. 22 map)
  6. Campagna region, I (less Greek enclave, see Atlas of Roman World, p. 22 map)
  7. Cumae, just W of Neapolis, I
  8. {Cumae, just W of Neapolis, I} *{374-4}*
  9. {Cumae, just W of Neapolis, I} *{374-4}*
  10. Area N of Appenines in I (see map 2 in ref 164)
  11. {Campagna region, I (less Greek enclave, see Atlas of Roman World,p. 22 map)} *{22-29}*

References

  1. Devoto, Giacomo. 1954. Altitalien. pp. 357-399. In Valjavec, Fritz (ed.). Historia Mundi. Vol 3. Francke, Bern, Switzerland.
  2. Schachermeyr, Fritz. 1954. Geschichte der Hellenen bis 356. pp 116-215. In Valjavec, Fritz (ed.) Historia Mundi. Vol. 3. Francke, Bern, Switzerland.
  3. The Etruscan Expansion. 1974. pp. 45. In Grant, Michael. Ancient History Atlas, revised edition. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London.