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As-urn met banketscène, materiaal: aardewerk, datering: 700-650 v.Chr., hoogte: 54,2 centimeter, gevonden in: Volterra (necropolis Montescudaio) collectie: Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Florence, Italië)

As-urn met banketscène, materiaal: aardewerk, datering: 700-650 v.Chr., hoogte: 54,2 centimeter, gevonden in: Volterra (necropolis Montescudaio) collectie: Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Florence, Italië)

etruscan amphora    the two eyes on this amphora ward off evil. the snakes symbolize contact with the underworld, the dolphins regeneration and the hare stands for fertility or a new life. 540-530 BCE, italy. exhibition on etruscan jewellery at the rijksmuseum van oudheden in leiden, the netherlands

Etruscan amphora the two EYES on this amphora to ward off evil, the snakes symbolize eternity the dolphins regeneration and the hare stands for fertility. Exhibition on Etruscan art at the Rijks museum Van Oudheden in Leiden, the Netherlands

Impasto cooker, Etruscan civilization, 7th century b.c. from Vetulonia, Tuscany region, Italy. Artwork-location: Grosseto, Museo Archeologico E D'Arte Della Maremma (Maremma Museum Of Archaeology And Art)

Etruscan civilization, century b. Impasto cooker, from Vetulonia, Tuscany…

Statue of a young Etruscan woman, late 4th century-early 3rd century BCE

Terracotta statue of a young Etruscan woman, late century-early century BCE ~ Many of the remains of Etruscan art have been found in repositories for the dead, in which the people were accustomed to inter with the body various articles of metal and clay.

Terracotta group of women seated around a wellhead, Greek Tarentine,  2nd half of the 4th century BCE

BCE ritual terracotta incense burner part of the worship of Demeter and her daughter Kore. 5 women crowned with flowers around a wellhead, Greek Tarentine, S.

Terracotta statue of a young woman - The elaborate necklaces and armband on this statue appear to be reproduced from molds of actual jewelry. Some of the pendants are decorated with reliefs depicting various Etruscan deities and heroes. Originally, this woman wore a pair of grape-cluster earrings. When complete, the statue probably stood in a sanctuary and showed the young woman holding an incense box in her extended right hand - Etruscan - late 4th- early 3rd century BC

Terracotta statue of a young woman Date: late century B. Culture: Etruscan Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Terracottas Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1916 Accession Number:

Detail Etruscan painted pottery; Etruscan sailor turned into a dolphin by divine venegance bringing vine to Etruria from Troad

Detail Etruscan painted pottery: Etruscan sailor turned into a dolphin by the divine venegance bringing vine to Etruria from Troad

Etruscan terracotta lid of a funeral urn, 6th century BCE, from Chiusi. Museo Archaeologico di Sicilia, Palermo, Italy

Etruscan terracotta lid of a funeral urn, century BCE, from Chiusi.

Esta pintura mural muestra el peinado característico de las mujeres etruscas: cabello largo y trenzado, y flequillo rizado.

Esta pintura mural muestra el peinado característico de las mujeres etruscas: cabello largo y trenzado, y flequillo rizado.

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