Scratch the surface of the world and you find math. In that light, Nathanial Craig’s dual major in art history and mathematical sciences makes sense.
Lynda Albertson, a forensic scientist and CEO of the Association for Research into Crimes Against Art, fights to return a stolen Etruscan artifact to Italy in a new documentary.
The cemeteries of Cerveteri and Tarquinia are rare and precious testimonies to the ancient Etruscans.
Music has had the magical power to charm wild animals, seduce shrewd sirens and even sway Hades himself. Music provides the notes for mythology, where mortals melt the frozen hearts of ancient gods…
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Restoration Complete For The Magnificent Etruscan ‘Tomb of the Shields’; Dattatreya Mandal; Realm Of History
The 2,400-year old magnificent murals of the Etruscan ‘Tomb of the Shields’ have once again ‘reclaimed’ their innate luster and vivacity.
Rome may be the Eternal City, but that doesn’t mean you can’t sneak away for a day to explore the handful of other sites nearby. Whether you haven’t quite had your fill of ruins, feel like drinking wine spouting from a town fountain, are looking for a different perspective, or want to pump your feet down the side of a mountain, we’ve got an unforgettable day trip for you. We’ve tried to go beyond the obvious (but still well-worth-it) places like Pompeii, Ostia Antica, and Tuscany to give you a glimpse at other sweet spots between one to three hours from Rome. Some of these places are accessible by public transportation, but for most, you’ll have to either rent a car or join a tour group. Trust us, they’re worth it.
1. Tread through two UNESCO World Heritage sites at Tivoli.
UNESCO world heritage site the Etruscan Necropolis of Banditaccia at Cerveteri north of Rome is gearing to amaze visitors with a July inauguration showcasing previously closed tombs and a new welcome center, officials told ANSA this week. Thanks to a 2.