The paper provides an overview of Etruscan epigraphic evidence from Campania, focusing particularly on the palaeographic aspect. Writing systems, documented by many inscriptions dating from the second half of the 6th century to the first half of the 5th century, seem to derive from the alphabet used in Caere and Veii in a previous period. The Etruscan writing was therefore probably introduced in Campania before the spread of the epigraphic practice, which is connected with the achievement of an urban culture.

Tra scrittura ed epigrafia. Riflessioni sulle iscrizioni etrusche di età arcaica della Campania

Pellegrino Carmine
2017-01-01

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The paper provides an overview of Etruscan epigraphic evidence from Campania, focusing particularly on the palaeographic aspect. Writing systems, documented by many inscriptions dating from the second half of the 6th century to the first half of the 5th century, seem to derive from the alphabet used in Caere and Veii in a previous period. The Etruscan writing was therefore probably introduced in Campania before the spread of the epigraphic practice, which is connected with the achievement of an urban culture.
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