Pallottino

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Mauro Cristofani
... Cristofani was a student of Massimo Pallottino and would himself teach at the University of Pisa, University of Siena and, his final post, at the ... a member of the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei and was held in high regard as Pallottino's scholarly heir ... “Centro per l'archeologia etrusco-italica” in 1978, under the direction of Massimo Pallottino ...
Massimo Pallottino
... Massimo Pallottino (9 November 1909, Rome – 7 February 1995, Rome) was an Italian archaeologist specializing in Etruscan civilization and art ... Pallottino was a student of Giulio Quirino Giglioli and worked early in his career on the Temple of Apollo at Veii ... In essence Pallottino created the modern discipline of Etruscology and trained many of its leading practitioners ...
Apennine Culture - Imputations of Ethnicity
... In the 20th century, the Italian scholar, Massimo Pallottino, who specialized in Etruscan civilization, rejected them as oversimple ... Therefore, Pallottino argued that terms such as "the Terramare culture" or "the Apennine culture" have no ethnic or linguistic significance ... Pallottino's presentation of the contemporaneous view of how the Indo-European languages on the left bank of the Tiber and southward and eastward arrived is as follows ...
Etruscan Language - Word Formation - Nouns
... Pallottino calls this phenomenon "morphological redetermination", which he defines as "the typical tendency.. ... Genitive case Pallottino defines two declensions based on whether the genitive ends in -s/-ś or -l ... Pallottino's example of a three-suffix form is Arnth-al-iśa-la ...