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“Historical documents show that in this part of Perugia below Piazza Giacomo Matteott an old etruscan city wall exists, which is important historically as well as archeologically.”
“I remember my first year archeology lecturer using a similar theory to explain the incredibly fine etruscan jewelry.”
“If you take archaic attic versions of Odusseus, I don't see any reason, why I couldn't take etruscan versions besides 'header form', which is Uthuze?”
“Besides, forms with theta don't proove it cannot be a loan from Greek, since voiced d had to become voiceless due to etruscan phonetics and G. and L.”
“Hanna: "If you take archaic attic versions of Odusseus, I don't see any reason, why I couldn't take etruscan versions besides 'header form', which is Uthuze?”
“If I understand you well, there is a typo in your last etruscan text.”
“Besides, forms with theta don't proove it cannot be a loan from Greek, since voiced [d] had to become voiceless due to etruscan phonetics [...]”
“It goes accompanied with a genitive particle, but from what I can see from this post and my limited knowledge of etruscan, etruscan does too.”
“I agree with you, it's probably not an etruscan word, but maybe the etruscan adopted it from another language...”
“Which is the best current description of the grammar syntax and morphology of the etruscan language?”
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