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ANCIENT INCAS NOSE JEWELRY

ANCIENT INCAS NOSE JEWELRY

Nose Ornament ~     390–450  Geography:      Peru  Culture:      Moche (Loma Negra)  Medium:      Gold

Nose Ornament ~ 390–450 Geography: Peru Culture: Moche (Loma Negra) Medium: Gold

The Etruscans lived in Etruria (western Tuscany, Italy) and were a non Italic people whose culture was based largely on the Greek culture.  The Etruscans had a profound influence on the Romans from the 7th century BC to the 5th century BC.  They were eventually overcome by the Romans in the 4th and 3rd centuries BC.

The Etruscans lived in Etruria (western Tuscany, Italy) and were a non Italic people whose culture was based largely on the Greek culture. The Etruscans had a profound influence on the Romans from the 7th century BC to the 5th century BC. They were eventually overcome by the Romans in the 4th and 3rd centuries BC.

de Cacaxtla, Once SeÑores

de Cacaxtla, Once SeÑores

Collana da VulciVII secolo a.C. Monaco, Antikensammlungen. Etruscan gold

Collana da VulciVII secolo a.C. Monaco, Antikensammlungen. Etruscan gold

sporadicq: “ ancientpeoples: Etruscan plate of gold. The plate is finely decorated with different patterns. In the middle is a large ruby. Etruscan. Found in Italy. Source: Leiden Museum of...

sporadicq: “ ancientpeoples: Etruscan plate of gold. The plate is finely decorated with different patterns. In the middle is a large ruby. Etruscan. Found in Italy. Source: Leiden Museum of...

Sacred adornment of Iron Age Priestesses, 8th century BC. Found in the Iron Age necropolis of Petra in Orthi Eleutherna (or Apollonia), Crete.

Sacred adornment of Iron Age Priestesses, 8th century BC. Found in the Iron Age necropolis of Petra in Orthi Eleutherna (or Apollonia), Crete.

Inca gold | The Stockholm Tourist: Inca Gold Exhibition

Inca gold | The Stockholm Tourist: Inca Gold Exhibition

Braccialetto dalla Tomba Regolini Galassi di CerveteriVII secolo a.C. Vaticano, Museo Gregoriano Etrusco.

Braccialetto dalla Tomba Regolini Galassi di CerveteriVII secolo a.C. Vaticano, Museo Gregoriano Etrusco.

1.000 de ani de Inca Gold

1.000 de ani de Inca Gold

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