Pompei e gli Etruschi. follows in the footsteps of Egitto Pompei and Pompei e i Greci, as the third in a series of exhibitions designed to illustrate some lesser-known aspects of life in the city. The catalogue that accompanies the exhibition presents some of the important archaeological finds, dating back to the early days of the town, that have recently come to light, accompanied by commentaries from leading scholars on new academic thinking related to the Etruscan presence in Campania. The aim is to look back at the Mediterranean before Roman domination from the privileged perspective of Pompeii and the Campania area. An area at the centre of the Mediterranean network, where the proximity of local populations, Greeks and Etruscans gave life to multi-ethnic and multicultural communities.