- RECENT BRONZE AGE
- The phase (Bronzo Recente) of the Late Bronze Age (tarda eta del bronzo) that dates to between 1350 and 1200. Etruria lacks the regular continuity of settlement occupation from the Recent Bronze Age onward that is found more frequently among the Latins to the south of the Tiber. Nevertheless, a number of significant sites have been recognized as Recent Bronze Age sites, including Coste del Marano, Fontana del Papa-Tolficciola, La Castellina, La Ferriera, Luni Sul Mignone, Malpasso, Marzabotto, Monte Bibele, Monte Fogliano, Monte Roncione, Monte Rovello, Orvieto, Perugia, Poggio Civitella, Populonia, Rocca Sberna, Tolfaccia, Vetulonia, Volterra, and Vulci.
Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans. Simon K. F. Stoddart.