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The vocabulary of personal names and its grammatical inflexions offer Etruscan
unmistakable analogies with those of the Lydian and other Asianic language.
Dialects. jt ;s difficuit to escape the conclusion that these dialects and the
so that they could impose their terms of admission upon the Greeks.1' Their
ascendancy on the western sea was commemorated by the name of " mare
Etruscum " or " Tyrrenum " (from the Greek name for the Etruscans), which it
Couissin points out that that adoption of defensive armour by the Italic peoples
was due primarily to the Greeks rather than to the Etruscans. • For a summary of
Etruscan history see R. A. L. Fell, Rome and Etruria. On Etruscan art see D.
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