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Luisa Banti. Translated by Erika Bizzari. The Etruscan Cities & Their Culture. University of California Press. 1974. 322pp. Translation of Il mondo degli Etruschi.

Graeme Barker; Tom Rasmussen. The Etruscans. Blackwell Publishing. 2000. 400pp.

Larissa Bonfante (editor). Etruscan Life and Afterlife: A Handbook of Etruscan Studies. Wayne State University Press. 1986. 289pp.

Larissa Bonfante. Etruscan Dress. JHU Press. 2003. 261pp.

Otto J. Brendel. Etruscan Art. Yale University Press. 1995. 535pp.

Sibylle Cles-Reden. The Buried People: A Study of the Etruscan World. Scribner. 1955. 248pp.

Nancy Thomson De Grummond. Etruscan Myth, Sacred History, and Legend. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology. 2006. 270pp.

John F. Hall. Etruscan Italy: Etruscan Influences on the Civilizations of Italy from Antiquity to the Modern Era. Indiana University Press. 1996. 411pp.

Sybille Haynes. Etruscan Civilization: A Cultural History. Getty Trust Publications. 2005. 432pp.

Werner Keller. The Etruscans. Alfred A. Knopf. 1974. 435pp.

Emeline Richardson. The Etruscans: Their Art and Civilization. University of Chicago Press. 1976. 304pp.

David Ridgway; Francesca R. Ridgway. Italy Before the Romans: The Iron Age, Orientalizing, and Etruscan Periods. Academic Press. 1979. 511pp.

Gösta Säflund. Etruscan Imagery: Symbol and Meaning. Astrom. 1993. 175pp.

Donald Emrys Strong. The Early Etruscans. Putnam. 1968. 144pp.

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