Dennis, George
The cities and cemeteries of Etruria: in two volumes (Band 2) — London, 1848

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DOOR OF AN ETRUSCAN TOMB AT CHIUSI.

CHAPTER LI.

CHIUSI—CLUSIUM.

The Cemetery.

Have they not sword-players, and every sort
Of gymnic artists, wrestlers, riders, runners,
Jugglers, and dancers, antics, mummers, mimics ?

Milton.

No Etruscan site has more general interest than Chiusi.
On some this centres in walls ; on others, in tombs ; on
these, in museums; on those, in historical associations.
Chiusi combines all, though not to an equal extent. Her
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