Etruscan bronze chariot inlaid with ivory and scenes of Achilles, 2nd quarter of 6th century BCE. Found near Monteleone di Spoleto in 1902.

Bronze chariot inlaid with ivory Etruscan quarter of century BCE Found near Monteleone di Spoleto in 1902 with scenes of Achilles Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.

armored warriors, one with feathered ridge - NYC - Metropolitan Museum of Art - Etruscan Art

armored warriors, one with feathered ridge - NYC - Metropolitan Museum of Art - Etruscan Art

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.

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Etruscan gold bulla with cintamani, BC, Vatican Museum. This medallion was found in a tomb at Vulci. Turan is the Etruscan equivalent of Venus, or Aphrodite.

3rd -2nd C. BCE. Balsamarium; a Perfume jar. Likely the Etruscan goddess of love Turan. Or a Lasa, a spirit of beauty who waited on Turan and mortal women at their toilet. A diadem with two doves is linked to worship of Aphrodite. Her eyes likely had glass irises. She wears elongated drop earrings and a necklace. Bronze, found in a tomb in Etruria. Etruscan.

~Perfume jar (balsamarium) in the shape of female head (Aphrodite / Turan? Culture: Italic, Etruscan Period: Hellenistic Period Period: late century B.

AN ETRUSCAN BRONZE KORE -  ARCHAIC PERIOD, CIRCA 500-480 B.C.

AN ETRUSCAN BRONZE KORE - ARCHAIC PERIOD, CIRCA 500-480 B.C.

Small bronze group depicting a warrior departing for war, and his wife offering him a libation phiale, from Marzabotto (Bologna). Etruscan civilisation, 4th century BC. Marzabotto, Museo Nazionale Etrusco Pompeo Aria (Archaeological Museum)

- Small bronze group depicting a warrior departing for war, and his wife offering him a libation phiale, from Marzabotto (Bologna).

Etruscan Menrva - bronze, 5th century BCE. The Campanian type armor is covered by a round aegis on which is applied in relief a small protome depicting a youthful male head. Accidentally discovered in 1541 and purchased by Cosimo I de 'Medici. Goddess of arts and war. The Roman goddess Minerva was probably derived from Menrva. Many of her attributes were derived from Athena, but where Athena was essentially a virgin goddess, Menrva was also a goddess who promoted marriage and childbirth.

Etruscan Menrva Goddess Bronze, century BCE The Campanian type armor is covered by a round aegis on which is applied in relief a small protome depicting a youthful male head. Accidentally discovered in 1541 and purchased by Cosimo I de ‘Medici.

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Ancient female figurines recollects the world's primordial spiritual art in all its diversity, its deep continuities and global connections.- A Syrian bronze goddess, middle bronze age IIA, B.

Etruschi. #Hercle con pelle di leone e clava insieme a #Menrva che indossa l' egida (per alcuni una corazza, per altri uno scudo) con la testa della Gorgone Medusa. Pinnacolo di un candelabro etrusco in bronzo. Da #Vulci, 500-475 a.C. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

NYC - Metropolitan Museum of Art - Etruscan Art armored warriors, one with feathered ridge helmet and gorgonion breastplate - priestly skirt

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