One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
adjective & noun
- another term for Etruscan
- ‘He remained there, staring out over the Etrurian hills, where black storm clouds weaved their way in and out of the higher peaks.’
- ‘The manuscript was the work of the secretary of the college of the Etrurian augurs.’
- ‘The architecture of the Romans owes its origin to their neighbours the Etrurians, who flourished in arts and science many centuries even prior to the European Greeks.’
- ‘Eight immense pillars supporting the dome are in two shades of yellow Etrurian marble, delicate and unmarked.’
- ‘The Chinese have ten previous ages, and the Etrurians and the Mayas all report seven previous worlds, while the Polynesians and Icelanders have nine.’
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