The Pyrgi tablets (Laminae Pyrgienses)

Pyrgi (present-day S. Severa) was the harbour of Caere and home to a renowned sanctuary of Uni, the goddess named Juno in the Roman pantheon and Aštarte in Phoenician. During excavations in 1964, three golden tablets with engraved text were found in a depot between the two temples. They are now at the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia, Rome.

Sheets A and B are in Etruscan, sheet C is in Phoenician. Since Phoenician can be understood, this could be a bilingue. The texts, however, appear to be two different accounts of the same historical event.