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Etruscan Sarcophagus with cover Winged Goddess - circa 3rd century BC. at the Boston Museum of Fine Art

Sarcophagus with cover, Etruscan, Late century BC. Boston Museum of Fine Art.

Etruscan (Vignagrande)  Cinerary Urn, mid-2nd century B.C.E. Terra cotta with traces of polychrome

Terracotta c. BCE Said to be from Chiusi Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts Museum purchase,

Isis with a Serpent Tail    Egypt, 2nd century AD    The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Isis with the Serpent tail, Egypt, Roman period CE) Ceramic, Sculpture, Terracotta.

#Ancient  #greek #bronze Mirror , #hellenistic Period . #Aphrodite  #Satyr  #Eros  #Aphrodite leans on a pillar and offers a stick to a goose at Her right side .

hellenismo: “ Mirror cover with Aphrodite and a Satyr: Aphrodite leans on a pillar and offers a stick to a goose at Her right side. A Satyr whose facial features are close to Hellenistic portraits,.

Amulet of a winged Goddess Nubian, 743–712 B.C. At Boston Museum of Fine Art.

Amulet of a winged goddess pectoral Nubian Napatan Period, reign of Piankhy (Piye) B.

Istanbul Archaeological Museum - The goddess Tyche holding in her arms Plutus (god of wealth) as a child. Hellenistic art, Roman period, 2nd century AD. From Prusias ad Hypium (in the present-day il of Düzce). The coloring of the hair is remarkably well preserved.

AB Istanbul Archaeological Museum - The goddess Tyche holding in her arms Plutus hr (god of wealth) as a child cent AD] Istanbul Archaeological Museum The goddess Tyche holding in her arms Plutus (god of wealth) as a child cent AD]

ca. 475-350 BCE. Bust of Athena, wearing her large helmet tilted back over curly locks; beaded necklace. Painted and gilt terracotta Lekythos 8." The British Museum

hellenismo: “ Terracotta lekythos in the form of a bust of Athena (Athens, c. British Museum) ” one of my favorite goddesses, pallas athena

Small bronze group depicting a warrior departing for war, and his wife offering him a libation phiale, from Marzabotto (Bologna). Etruscan civilisation, 4th century BC. Marzabotto, Museo Nazionale Etrusco Pompeo Aria (Archaeological Museum)

- Small bronze group depicting a warrior departing for war, and his wife offering him a libation phiale, from Marzabotto (Bologna).

Impasto cooker, Etruscan civilization, 7th century b.c. from Vetulonia, Tuscany region, Italy. Artwork-location: Grosseto, Museo Archeologico E D'Arte Della Maremma (Maremma Museum Of Archaeology And Art)

Etruscan civilization, century b. Impasto cooker, from Vetulonia, Tuscany…

Antefix (roof ornament) of terracotta painted in black and red, depicting the head of a gorgon within a border of palmettes: Ancient Mediterranean, Italian, believed to have been found in Capua, Etruscan, 6th century BC, c.550 BC © National Museums Scotland

Etruscan terracotta antefix from Capua, century B. Terracotta painted in black and red, depicting the head of a gorgon within a border of palmettes.

As escavações de Çatal Huyuk ficaram famosas na década de 1960, quando começaram a revelar a existência de belas expressões artísticas. Em 1993, uma equipe internacional de arqueólogos – liderada pelo britânico Ian Hodder – deu início a novos trabalhos, descobrindo que aquela região da Turquia, chamada Anatólia, foi o centro de uma cultura bastante avançada da Pré-História ( cf. José Sergio Osse – Supermundo – Agosto/2008). Da pasta: Adendo I - Ícone.  Catal Huyuk Turkey

Figurative Sculpture of a Neolithic Abundant Goddess From Catal Hoyuk Turkey with copper wash finish side view. year old goddess figure from Turkey.

Etruscan sarcophagus C.200BC National Archaeological Museum of Perugia

Etruscan sarcophagus National Archaeological Museum of Perugia (Thx Rosemary)

Etruscan alabaster sarcophagus detail; a warrior saying good bye to his wife. C.150BC. Volterra Etruscan Museum at Guarnacci

Alabaster urn, detail, warrior saying good bye to his wife. Etruscan civilization, century b.

Etruscan terracotta statue of a woman. Artist unknown; late 4th or early 3rd cent. BCE. Now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Terracotta statue of a young woman, late century B. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Terracotta jewelry on a life-size bust of a young Etruscan woman; the pieces may have been molded on actual jewels.

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