Etruscan and its Impact on Latin
Tabula Cortonensis - Etruscan tablet from Cortona
The Etruscan Tablet from Cortona, known as the Tabula Cortonensis contributes to our knowledge of the Etruscan language, although what exactly the Tabula Cortonensis says is in doubt.
When Did the Etruscan Language Die out?
Information on the last traces of the Etruscan language that almost answer the question of when the Etruscan language died out.
What is the Etymology of Italia (Italy)?
The Etruscans influenced the culture and language of the Romans.
"The Art of Haruspicy," an essay by John Opsopaus, who explains that "'haruspicy' is a method of divination that was practiced by the ancient Etruscans, who had an advanced civilization in Italy before the Roman Empire."
Interesting page on the alphabet and words of Etruscan. Has information on the Tabula Cortonensis.
Etruscan: Ask a Linguist
A posting to the LINGUIST List, by Geoffrey Sampson of the University of Sussex, regarding some of the finer points of the Etruscan alphabet (formerly at http://linguistlist.org/~ask-ling/ archive-1998.7/msg00609.html).