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Items from Vatican Museums collection on loan for Etruscan exhibition

Catholic World News - March 08, 2012

The Vatican Museums have provided nearly half of the material for a special exhibition on Etruscan culture, which will open in Asti, Italy on March 17.

At a public presentation on the exhibition, held in Rome on March 8, officials of the Vatican Museums spoke of the overall collection and especially of the 140 pieces that will be on loan from the Gregorian Etruscan Museum at the Vatican.

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