Updated: 19.06.2013 - 19:30
Etruscan: language and ethnicity of the Sea Peoples
Publication date: 2009
Number of pages: 352
Format / Quality: PDF - Excellent
This volume includes:
1. "The Ethnicity of the Sea Peoples", master dissertation by F.C. Woudhuizen, dated 2006, a perfect account on what we know about the mysterious Sea Peoples, within which you count the Etruscans.
2. "Lat. hister, -tri, histrio, -onis ‘attore’: un prestito dal greco mediato dall’etrusco", by Mario Alinei, probably the most hated guy within the official etruscologists community, for just wondering whether Etruscan could be a remote cousin of Hungarian or, to be exact, hated for just pinpointing the many flaws of official etruscology.
3. "ADDENDA ETRUSCO-TURCO-UGRICI", by the same author, dated 2005, a lethal punch in the nose of the official history-makers.
Then follows a set of papers showing the debate between Gheno and Alinei on whether to take seriously the Etruscan-Hungarian connection, or just dismiss it (including papers in Russian coming in support of Alinei thesis).
We also have Robertson's paper titled "Etruscan’s genealogical linguistic relationship with Nakh-Daghestanian: a preliminary evaluation", and Marchesini's one titled "New Studies on Etruscan Personal Names: Gentium Mobilitas".
Finally, a useful glossary (I would call it directly a dictionary, anyway) of Etruscan.
Remarks: Includes a glossary of Etruscan