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19 rays behind the hair. The hair looks like Hathor, Egypt. Etruscan terracotta antefix (roofing tile)

Terracotta Antefix, roof tile with head of a Maenad - from Etruscan culture

An Etruscan Terracotta Portrait Head of a Woman, Circa 3rd/2nd Century B.C.

Etruscan Terracotta Portrait Head of a Woman, Circa Century B.

Head of Hermes. Etruscan, terracotta; from Veii, Italy; 3rd-2nd century BCE.  Villa Giulia National Museum, Rome, Italy

Head of Hermes. from Veii, Italy; Villa Giulia National Museum, Rome, Italy [Hermes in Red]

AN ETRUSCAN TERRACOTTA ANTEFIX   CIRCA 6TH CENTURY B.C.   Molded in the form of a panther head, with rounded ears and large bulging eyes, two protruding knobs above, the mane a flange encircling the jowls, the long nose merging with the exaggerated muzzle, painted with black and red details including eyelashes, the arching tile projecting from the back of the head  9½ in. (24.1 cm.) high

Terracotta antefix molded in the form of a panther head. Etruscan, c.

GODDESS WITH CHILD (LATONA),ETRUSCAN. Etruscan, Late-Archaic, 510–500 BCE. Goddess carrying a child (Latona with Apollo). From the roof ridge of the Portonaccio Temple at Veil. Terracotta> Yvonne Carroll / pinterest

Goddess carrying a child (Latona with Apollo), Etruscan Late-Archaic BC. From the roof ridge of the Portonaccio Temple at Veil - Terracotta.

This Etruscan piece dates from the 6th century BCE. It is described as Terracotta with black and red pigment. The museum has titled it:  "Female head antefix"

This Etruscan piece dates from the century BCE. It is described as Terracotta with black and red pigment. The museum has titled it: "Female head antefix"

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