Bibliographies: Etruscans

The following have been added to the Zotero Group for Ancient World Open Bibliographies and the Ancient World Open Bibliographies Wiki.

Greek and Roman Art and Archaeology

Etruscan Architecture Bibliography
http://www.academicroom.com/bibliography/etruscan-architecture-bibliography
Ingrid Edlund-Berry, emerita professor, Department of Classics, University of Texas at Austin.
Latest works 2009.
This extensively annotated bibliography is highly structured and serves as an excellent introduction to the subject. Headings are: General Overviews, Collections of Papers, Museum Catalogues, History of Scholarship, Architects and Patrons, City Planning, Temples, Monumental Buildings, Domestic Architecture, Farmhouses, Funerary Architecture, City Walls, Functional Architecture (bridges, cisterns, etc.), Building Models, and several different types of Architectural Elements.  Works listed include articles and books in multiple languages.

Poggio Civitate (Murlo): Publications
http://poggiocivitate.classics.umass.edu/publications/
Poggio Civitate Excavations
Latest works 2007.
This page of the site for the Poggio Civitate excavations makes available the works published by members of the project team.  Most are available in .pdf format.

The Etruscan Library: Bibliography Section
http://www.mysteriousetruscans.com/library.html
Unattributed.
Latest works ca. 2000.
This site, aimed at the interested amateur, provides a brief annotated list of introductory works in English, mostly books, about Etruscan art, history, language, and religion.

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