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Etruscans believed that religion and all things sacred were not separate from daily life but, on the contrary, permeated every aspect of existence. The exhibition aims to reconstruct, through tangible archaeological testimonies, the bond that linked the divine world to the Etruscans. The exhibition, made in collaboration with Contemoranea Progetti and relevant Italian Museums is a journey that guides the visitor to discover the most intriguing and obscure aspects of one of the most refined and mysterious civilizations of ancient Europe: a people which, perhaps more than any other, permeated Rome’s very roots and conditioned its development. The exhibition has been quite successfull for the hosting museums in terms of visitor-numbers and national press-coverage. In Seoul, in the National Museum of Korea, more than 100.000 visitors visited the exhibition.


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