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Etruscan terracotta

Terracotta architectural plaque with lotus and palmette designs Etruscan, late century BC Said to be from Cerveteri

Etruschi. #Hercle con pelle di leone e clava insieme a #Menrva che indossa l' egida (per alcuni una corazza, per altri uno scudo) con la testa della Gorgone Medusa. Pinnacolo di un candelabro etrusco in bronzo. Da #Vulci, 500-475 a.C. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

NYC - Metropolitan Museum of Art - Etruscan Art armored warriors, one with feathered ridge helmet and gorgonion breastplate - priestly skirt

Cratère étrusque. Le sculpteur.

Cratère étrusque. Le sculpteur.

reproduction of the Minoan snake goddess’ statue dress.I had always

Minoan Snake Goddess costume by on deviantART. Here is a replica of the original Minoan costume.

Etruscan Zuci  incenseburner with eagle or duck on top of a winged female C.600BC

Etruscan Zuci incense burner with eagle or duck on top of a winged figure Bee Goddess.

Detail, Etruscan gold fibula, detail from the Regolini Galassi Tomb, Mid-7th Century BCE.

Etruscan gold Detail - Fibula (ancient brooch) from the Regolini Galassi Tomb, Century BCE Vatican Museums, Vatican City, Italy

Statuette representing a Gordon, Greek, ca. 6th century B. C.

Archaic Bronze Statue representing a Gorgon Culture : Archaic Greek Period : middle of the century B. Material : Bronze Dimensions : H: cm

Etruscan/ Museo archeologico nazionale di Chiusi, Chiusi (SI) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Etruscan Urn (sixth century BCE) --National Archaeological Museum of Chiusi (SI), Italy Más

Etruscan Minerva -7 yy

Healing Minerva - this is copy of a piece dated VII Cen B.C, now in the Etruscan Museum of Villa, Rome

Statue known as "Athena of Velletri" - Greek orjinal bronze lost, that's Roman copy of 1st c. AD - at the Louvre Museum

Statue known as "Athena of Velletri" - Greek original bronze lost, that's Roman copy of c. AD - at the Louvre Museum

Terracotta statue of a young woman from the late 4th–early 3rd century B.C.

Terracotta statue of a young woman Date: late century B. Culture: Etruscan Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Terracottas Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1916 Accession Number:

Herakles Epitrapezios. Bronze Hercules with drinking cup. Roman copy of Greek statue by Lysippus. Found in a villa outside Pompeii.

marble so called "Herakles Epitrapezios" - Bronze Hercules with drinking cup. Roman copy of Greek statue by Lysippus. found in a villa outside Pompeii

Etruscan urn with a warrior from Chiusi, terracotta, 2nd century BCE. Worcester Art Museum

Etruscan urn: warrior, terracotta, century BCE from Chiusi, seems legit roman's upper class had the same outfit

Apollo De Veio, Etruscan terracotta statue discovered in 1916 - sculpted in the so-called "international" Ionic or late-archaic Etruscan style. The statue was probably made by Vulca, Etruscan artist from the town of Veii. / National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia, Rome.

Apollo De Veio, Etruscan terracotta statue discovered in 1916 - sculpted in the so-called "international" Ionic or late-archaic Etruscan style. The statue was probably made by Vulca,

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