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Learn about the ancient Etruscans at the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia, arguably the most important collection of ancient art about the Etruscans and ancient Italic cultures. Join Archaeologist Darius Arya of #ancientromelive ( for an exclusive look at the people who influenced ancient Rome before its rise to power.  You will see some of the most famous works from the collection including terracotta sculptures, vases, tombs, and temple decorations, with  the stories behind them to bring the Etruscans back to life!

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