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

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

Urn from Chiusi.  Clay. Ca. 600 B.C. Chiusi, National Etruscan Museum.

Urn from Chiusi. Clay. Ca. 600 B.C. Chiusi, National Etruscan Museum.

Italy, Latium region, Viterbo province, Tarquinia, Etruscan necropolis, tomb of the Triclinium, detail of fresco depicting a dancer. 5th century b.C. Artwork-location: Tarquinia, Museo Archeologico (Archaeological Museum)

Italy, Latium region, Viterbo province, Tarquinia, Etruscan necropolis, tomb of the Triclinium, detail of fresco depicting a dancer. 5th century b.C. Artwork-location: Tarquinia, Museo Archeologico (Archaeological Museum)

Bronze statue depicting Laran. Etruscan Civilization, ca 520 BC. Artwork-location: Leida, Rijksmuseum Van Oudheden (National Museum Of Antiquites, Archaeological Museum)

Bronze statue depicting Laran. Etruscan Civilization, ca 520 BC. Artwork-location: Leida, Rijksmuseum Van Oudheden (National Museum Of Antiquites, Archaeological Museum)

Askos in the shape of a woman’s head and Nike on the top. Artist unknown; ca. 270-200 BCE. From the ancient Apulian city of Kanysion (Magna Grecia) - Canusium

Askos in the shape of a woman’s head and Nike on the top. Artist unknown; ca. 270-200 BCE. From the ancient Apulian city of Kanysion (Magna Grecia) - Canusium

Etruscan civilization, 5th century b. C. Bronze statue depicting Vanth (female demon in the Etruscan underworld) as Fury, circa 425–400 b. C.

Etruscan civilization, 5th century b. C. Bronze statue depicting Vanth (female demon in the Etruscan underworld) as Fury, circa 425–400 b. C.

Etruscan bronze statuette of a haruspex wearing a pointed hat. C.600BC. Villa Giulia Etruscan national museum

Etruscan bronze statuette of a haruspex wearing a pointed hat. C.600BC. Villa Giulia Etruscan national museum

Etruscan cinerary Urn in "Bucchero". Black, highly polished and resembling metal. ca.700-550 BC. Chiusi, Etruria.

Etruscan cinerary Urn in "Bucchero". Black, highly polished and resembling metal. ca.700-550 BC. Chiusi, Etruria.

K'iché burial urn or cache urn lid Maya , A.D. 650–850. -1

K'iché burial urn or cache urn lid Maya , A.D. 650–850. -1

Etruscan  Male and female figures. Brass (copper alloy). Purchased with a grant from the National Art Collections Fund,

Etruscan Male and female figures. Brass (copper alloy). Purchased with a grant from the National Art Collections Fund,

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