Manuel Arsenio Rodriguez

Manuel Arsenio Rodriguez

Manuel Arsenio Rodriguez
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A bronze Etruscan helmet, captured at the battle of Cumae and deposited in the Sanctuary of Zeus at Olympia as a dedication to the god. The inscription translates 'Hieron, son of Deinomenes, and the Syracusans, [dedicated] to Zeus Etruscan [spoils] from Cumae' (474 BC)

A bronze Etruscan helmet, captured at the battle of Cumae and deposited in the Sanctuary of Zeus at Olympia as a dedication to the god. The inscription translates 'Hieron, son of Deinomenes, and the Syracusans, [dedicated] to Zeus Etruscan [spoils] from Cumae' (474 BC)

Ранняя Италия. Воины культуры Виллановы, VIII век

Ранняя Италия. Воины культуры Виллановы, VIII век

[research] etruscans

[research] etruscans

Tarquinia - Tomb of the Shields (Detail)                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Tarquinia - Tomb of the Shields (Detail) Más

RAS'NA (Etruscan) Mithology  TUCHULCHA  In Etruscan mythology, Tulchulcha was a chthonic daemon (not to be confused with the Christian term "demon") with pointed ears and hair made of snakes and a vulture beak.  Tulchulcha lived in the underworld known as "Aita".

RAS'NA (Etruscan) Mithology TUCHULCHA In Etruscan mythology, Tulchulcha was a chthonic daemon (not to be confused with the Christian term "demon") with pointed ears and hair made of snakes and a vulture beak. Tulchulcha lived in the underworld known as "Aita".

Etruscan fresco of Charun who delivers dead souls into the underworld

Etruscan fresco of Charun who delivers dead souls into the underworld

Figurine of Etruscan soldier

Figurine of Etruscan soldier

Figurine of Etruscan soldier.

Figurine of Etruscan soldier.

archaicwonder: “ Etruscan Bronze Mask of Achelous, c. 520 BC In Greek mythology, Achelous was the patron deity of the “silver-swirling” Achelous River, which is the largest river of Greece, and thus...

archaicwonder: “ Etruscan Bronze Mask of Achelous, c. 520 BC In Greek mythology, Achelous was the patron deity of the “silver-swirling” Achelous River, which is the largest river of Greece, and thus...

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