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Clay cinerary urn, from Chiusi, Siena Province, Italy. Artwork-location: Chiusi, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (National Archaeological Museum)

Etruscan terracotta cinerary ash urn from Chiusi Chiusi national archaeological museum

Details of Vant and Charun (demons of the underworld in Etruscan mythology) on an urn. Made of terracotta, Mid 2nd century BCE, Etruscan, said to be from Chiusi.

Etruscan urn: detail of Vanth Terracotta BCE Fom Chiusi Worcester Art Museum (ok not going to walk around half naked, but I like the shoes)

Apollon de Véies (site étrusque près de Rome), vers -510 -490 avant J.C. Musée de la Villa Giulia, Rome, Italie

Apollo statue from Etruscan culture, known as "Apollo Veii" - found the Temple at Veii, Italy

Excavated From Pompeii  --  Fountain of a Child with a Dolphin  --  1st Century  --  Roman  --  Currently on display @ San Nicolo  --  Ravena, Italy

Excavated From Pompeii -- Fountain of a Child with a Dolphin -- Century -- Roman -- Currently on display @ San Nicolo -- Ravena, Italy

Hellenistic Terracotta Centaur, Circa 2nd Century BC

Hellenistic Terracotta Centaur, Circa Century BC In mythology, Centaurs (Kentauroi) were a tribe of half man, half horse beasts which inhabited the mountains and forests of Magnesia.

https://flic.kr/p/bVXDpu | Etruscan urn: barbarian warrior | Terracotta Mid-2nd c. BCE Said to be from Chiusi  Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts Museum purchase, 1926.19

Terracotta,Etruscan urn ,barbarian warrior c. BCE Said to be from Chiusi Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts

Etruscan Art

Study online flashcards and notes for Etruscan Art (ca. 510 BCE Etruscan Art (ca.

"Candelabrum Stand of a Dancing Maenad" (ca. 525-500 BCE). Etruscan, Italy. Posted on clevelandart.org.

BCE Etruscan: Candelabrum Stand of a Dancing Maenad, The Cleveland Museum of Art.

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