BRIZIO, Edoardo
(1846–1907)
   The classical archaeologist who assembled one of the earliest catalogs of the Museo Civico of Bologna in 1871, he is also known for early excavations of Caere, Tarquinia, and sites in the Viterbo area in his role as superintendent. He also saw to the timely publication of sites such as Marzabotto, Bologna, and Verucchio. He was a supporter of Herodotus’s theories of Etruscan origins, in conflict with the theories of Wolfgang Helbig.

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