A steward of my very own on the Etruria told me that she was the biggest transatlantic liner.
Fanny wants to know “what you are gone for,” and endeavors to pronounce Etruria.
He built the “Umbria” and “Etruria,” the two most successful and popular ships ever owned by the Company.
Remains of amphitheatres are found in several cities of Etruria.
It is likewise obvious that Troy, Tyre, and Etruria are from the same root.
Hannibal decided to attempt to pass over the mountains into Etruria.
Accordingly the Romans sent to a soothsayer of Etruria to ask what was signified by the phenomenon.
And the name of the new center of art was chosen—it should be "Etruria."
This generous resistance was immediately punished by the invasion of Etruria.
It was seen on the vases and pottery of Rhodes (Cyprus) and Etruria.