Etruria Etruria Latin, is an ancient landscape in central Italy. It included the Tuscan, the northern part of present-day Latium and parts of Umbria.
Etruria is equated with the core area of the Etruscans. As such, it was one of the most influential countries in the Mediterranean until it BC fell to the Roman Republic in the 3rd century.
After the French conquest of Tuscany in 1799 was a " Etruscan republic" was proclaimed, in 1801 formed the Kingdom of Etruria under a hitherto ruling in Parma branch of the Bourbons. 1807, this French satellite state was connected directly to France.
Major cities in Etruria were or are:
- Aritim - (Latin Arretium ) - ( Arezzo)
- Clevsin, Chamars - (Latin Clusium ) - ( Chiusi )
- Curtun - (Latin Cortona ) - ( Cortona)
- Kaikna - (Latin Caecina ) - ( Cecina )
- Kisra - (Latin Caere ) - ( Cerveteri)
- Manthva - (Latin Mantua ) - ( Mantua )
- Kainua - (Latin Misa? ) - ( Marzabotto ) (until the discovery of an Etruscan Vase 2006 Misa was suspected as the Etruscan name)
- Mutna - (Latin: Mutina ) - ( Modena)
- Perusna - (Latin Perusia ) - ( Perugia)
- Pupluna, Fufluna - (Latin Populonia )
- Rusel - (Latin Rusellae ) - ( Roselle )
- Tarchna - (Latin Tarquinii ) - ( Tarquinia )
- Tlamu - (Latin Telamon ) - ( Talamone )
- Velathri - (Latin Volaterrae ) - ( Volterra)
- Velzna - (Latin Felsina, then Bononia ) - ( Bologna)
- Velzna - (Latin Volsinii, novi ) - ( Bolsena )
- Velzna - (Latin Volsinii, veteres ) - ( Orvieto) ( name mapping not saved )
- Vetluna - (Latin Vetulonia )
- Veio - (Latin Veii )
- Velch - (Latin Vulci )