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[Map] The Old Mine

[Map] The Old Mine

Realms of Arklan by MaximePLASSE

Realms of Arklan by MaximePLASSE

The Boy and the Wolf

The Boy and the Wolf

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sculpture of Athena Parthenos, so called "Athena Varvakeion" orginal marble by Phidias, circa 450-430 BCE, from Temple of Athens, Attica

sculpture of Athena Parthenos, so called "Athena Varvakeion" orginal marble by Phidias, circa 450-430 BCE, from Temple of Athens, Attica

Etruscan Painted Sarcophagus    Painted sarcophagus of Seianti Hanunia Tlesnasa, Etruscan, about 150 - 130 BC, from Poggio Cantarello, near Chiusi, in the British Museum, London WC1.

Etruscan Painted Sarcophagus Painted sarcophagus of Seianti Hanunia Tlesnasa, Etruscan, about 150 - 130 BC, from Poggio Cantarello, near Chiusi, in the British Museum, London WC1.

Etruscan-The Sarcophagus of the Spouses-The smiling faces with their almond-shaped eyes and long braided hair, as well as the shape of the feet of the bed, reveal Greek influence. However, the marked contrast between the high relief busts and the very flattened legs is typically Etruscan. "The Etruscan artist's interest focused on the upper half of the figures, especially on the vibrant faces and gesticulating arms.

Etruscan-The Sarcophagus of the Spouses-The smiling faces with their almond-shaped eyes and long braided hair, as well as the shape of the feet of the bed, reveal Greek influence. However, the marked contrast between the high relief busts and the very flattened legs is typically Etruscan. "The Etruscan artist's interest focused on the upper half of the figures, especially on the vibrant faces and gesticulating arms.

scultura etrusca - Cerca con Google

scultura etrusca - Cerca con Google

Etruscan terracotta

Etruscan terracotta