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Temple of Apollo, Pompeii

Veio or Veii was a major Etruscan city until its defeat at the hands of the Romans in 396 BC.

Veio or Veii was a major Etruscan city until its defeat at the hands of the Romans in 396 BC. These days there is little left to see but a few ruins, although the area has yielded up many excellent artifacts that are now mainly in the Etruscan museum at Villa Giulia in Rome. The surrounding area is a national park that contains Etruscan ruins that, for the most part, are not easily accessible.


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