Lost Worlds (2002– )
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Enigma of the Etruscans 

Lost Worlds sheds fresh light on Western Europe's first great civilisation. The Etruscans are an enigma, lost in the mists of history. They were a sophisticated society that flourished ... See full summary »

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Lost Worlds sheds fresh light on Western Europe's first great civilisation. The Etruscans are an enigma, lost in the mists of history. They were a sophisticated society that flourished centuries before the Romans: skilled workers in ceramics, craftsmen in bronze, artists in gold and experts in the production of wine. Yet despite this they were a race that vanished into obscurity. As salvage teams searched for a downed World War 2 plane, made an astonishing discovery, a 2,500-year-old Etruscan ship loaded to the brim with ancient artifacts. Finds that point to the Etruscans being a nation of traders, and having a society that was built on equality. Complete and untouched, the Etruscan ship, possibly the largest ancient ship ever discovered, will finally unlock some of the mysteries of this once great race. Written by Darlow Smithson Productions

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16 December 2002 (UK)  »

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