- An important descent group of the late Etruscan period, principally from the Volterra area, but also known with slight variations in Orvieto, Orte, Castiglione del Lago, Tarquinia, and Bologna from as early as the fifth century BC. The name survived in the form Caecina in the Roman period and provides one measure of the process of Romanization in North Etruria.
Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans. Simon K. F. Stoddart.
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Caecinae — Principales gentes romaines Gens Aemilia Gens Claudia Gens Cornelia Gens Fabia Gens Iulia Gens Manlia … Wikipédia en Français
CASTIGLIONE DEL LAGO — An Etruscan settlement on Trasimeno Lake, best known for a tomb of the Ceicna descent group, which contained mirrors possessed by men … Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans
ROMANIZATION — The Romanization of Etruria, accompanied by the relatively rapid disappearance of the Etruscan language, can be followed along a number of interrelated and parallel lines: the already mentioned language replacement, changes in material culture … Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans