The Roman tradition sees Servius Tullius as a hero, but there are traces of Etruscan tradition, that saw things quite differently.
This article is about the Etruscan Tomb of the Bulls, where the painting depicts unusually obscene scenes. Beware of the mature content, although in a 6th century BCE quality.
Lucius Tarquinius Superbus (“The Proud”) was a legendary Roman king. According to the tradition, he was the last Roman ruler of the Tarquin dynasty. His path to power was paved by blood.
Lucius Tarquinius, called Priscus was a Roman king of Etruscan origin, who defeated the Etruscans, the Latins, and the Sabines.
Attus Navius was a legendary Roman augur – a priest who read the divine will from the flight of birds.