Plenty of these living with us in an ancient house in the forested mountains in northern Italy
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Looks like E. italicus (about 5cm long and the largest of the genus) though there are several species which are a variation on brown... They can be fiddly to tell apart (e.g. you need to look at small bristles and granules on the underside of the claw/front leg) but if interested there is a key at www.ntnu.no/ub/scorpion-files/euscorpius_id.php
Thanks, think I did see this key ages ago but it may have been revised since - at the time I could not come up with a species but as you say E. italicus does seem most likely.
Lat/Lng: 44.1, 10.3