5 edition of Tuscanica found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||composed and explained by Arvid Andrén.|
|Series||Studies in Mediterranean archaeology and literature -- 133|
|LC Classifications||N5750 .A54 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
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Tuscanica book book is well-written and the interchange of characters by chapters works well. The historical detail is good. However, the characterisation is not as strong as it might be; Joanna remains rather vague despite taking centre stage for much of the book.
The Italian cooking classes are an odd touch and a little clumsy/5(K). Genre/Form: Pictorial works: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Andrén, Arvid, Tuscanica.
Jonsered: P. Åstöms förlag, © (OCoLC) Comment: Book shows significant wear but is still a good reading copy. Cover and pages are in tact but may show creases, tears, water damage, handwriting, underlining, or highlighting.
Supplemental items such as access codes and CDs not guaranteed/5(K). Angela Petch There is a self-published book 2 Tuscanica book "Now and Then in Tuscany", which relates the story of the same family's ancestors at the turn of the century. And t more There is a self-published book 2 - "Now and Then in Tuscany", which relates the story of the same family's ancestors at the turn of the century.
And there will be a third in the series, published by Bookouture, and another # /5. Tuscania: the Town (Papal Loggia in Viterbo)View of the "il Poggio" (hill), the western quarter of Tuscania: in the foreground covers of Etruscan sarcophagi. Tuscania was an Etruscan town of some importance and many tombs have been found in its environs.
Item #M Very rare. Poligrafia Fiesolana, Fiesole, First edition. In-4, 76 pages, 12 plates. Quarter leather binding, gilt titles and ornaments on the spine, 12 etchings of which 5 partially coloured.
Fine specimen with wide margins. Rare work on Tuscan architecture with particular attention to the burial monuments in middle Etruria.
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According to the legend, Tuscania was founded by Aeneas' son, Ascanius, where he had found twelve dog pups (whence the Etruscan name Tus-Cana, cana being similar to Latin canis for "dog").
Another legend attributes the foundation to one Tusco, son of Hercules and Araxes. Evidence of human presence in the area dates from the Neolithic age, but probably the city proper was.
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