Mars of Todi

Etruscan, life sized bronze warrior (found without his helmet), making an offtering to the gods before battle, century BC

"Ombra della Sera", 2nd century B.C., Volterra

Ombra della sera' from (literally 'Evening Shadow') is a bronze statuette from the old Etruscan city of Velathri, the modern Volterra, in Italy. The figurine currently resides in the Guarnacci Etruscan Museum in Voltera.

Seianti Hanunia Tlesnasa Sarcophagus, terracotta, 3rd-2nd century B.C.

Seianti Hanunia Tlesnasa Sarcophagus, terracotta, century B.

Ficoroni Cista, 300 B.C.

CISTA FICORONI Etruscan engraved bronze cista or container woman’s toiletry articles, ca. 500 BC Etruscan museum of Villa Giulia, Rome

The Arringatore, 2nd-1st century B.C.

The Orator, c. 100 BC, an Etrusco-Roman bronze sculpture depicting Aule Metele (Latin: Aulus Metellus), an Etruscan man of Roman senatorial rank, engaging in rhetoric. The statue features an inscription in the Etruscan alphabet

Tile antefix with Gorgon head, 6th century B.C., Veii

BC terracotta antefix (terminal for wooden beams) with Gorgon face from the Temple of Apollo at Veii, in the National Etruscan Museum at Villa Giulia.

Cinerary urn with Eteocles and Polyneices

Mortal duel between Eteocles and Polynices. Relief of the front of etruscan cinerary urn. Verona, Museum-Lapidarium of Maffei.

"etruscan" wolf, probably medieval

She-Wolf, Capitoline Museum From Etruria (Magna Graecia) BCE about 33 ½ inches; hollow-cast bronze The bronze figures of the twins, representing the founders of the city of Rome, were added in the late fifteenth century, perhaps by Antonio del Pollaiuolo.

Tomba delle sedie e degli scudi, 7th-6th century B.C.

Tomba ipogea etrusca con sedie, scudi e travi in aggetto, Cerveteri

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