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A PAIR OF VILLANOVAN BRONZE VOTIVE HANDS -  CIRCA 7TH CENTURY B.C.  | Christie's

archaicwonder: “ Villanovan Bronze Votive Hands, c. Century BC Villanovan culture was an Early Iron Age culture in Italy, named after the village of Villanova, near Bologna, where in 1853 the first of the characteristic cemeteries was found.

Pair of Etruscan Bronze Lion Protomes. Culture : Etruscan, Etruscan. Period : late 7th century B.C. (ca. 620-600 B.C.) Material : Bronze.

Pair of Etruscan Bronze Lion Protomes Culture : Etruscan, Etruscan Period : late…

Etruscan Head of a Man from the Votive Deposit of Manganello, Cerveteri, 100 B.C.

Etruscan Art,head of a man from the votive deposit of Manganello,Cerveteri 100 BC careful details and realism

votive tablet from the Temple of Asclepius at Athens, depicting a case of scalpels and cupping instruments.

Votive tablet from the Temple of Asclepius at Athens, depicting a case of scalpels and cupping instruments.

7th C. BCE Etruscan Buckle.   Museum of Art Rhode Island School of Design

Three-pronged clasp and buckle Unknown artist, Etruscan Three-pronged clasp and buckle, century BCE Bronze

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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.

Reliquary hand, French.  13th century.  copper, silver plated

Reliquary, Hand from Date: century Culture: French Medium: Copper, silver-plated Dimensions: Overall: 9 x 4 x 1 in.

Castellar de Santisteban, Jaen, Spain; above 100 B.C.     Leer más: http://el-libertario.webnode.es/en/nuestros-antiguos-instructores/

(Pre-Roman Spain) - Small bronze offerant with hands outstretched - Bronze votive offering at Castillar de Santiesteban, Jaén, Spain, B.

Shaft of a bronze thymiaterion (incense burner), Etruscan, 5th century B.C. During the fifth century B.C., the Etruscans were expanding their trade contacts throughout the Mediterranean world. The man in Persian costume is an unusual expression of the Etruscan interest in the exotic.

BCE the Etruscans were expanding their trade contacts throughout the Mediterranean world. The man in Persian costume is an unusual expression of the Etruscan interest in the exotic. Shaft of a bronze thymiaterion - incense burner.

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