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Etruscan religion
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Religion of the ancient Etruscans, involving complex rules regulating a large number of rituals. Heavily based on influences from Greece in its orientalizing period, but the religion of Etruria proclaims a very un-Greek view of the abasement and nonentity of man before the gods and their will. Known from the Mediterranean Iron Age in the second half of the first millennium BCE.
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