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Etruscan satire - building decoration, Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Roma

Etruscan satire - building decoration, Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Roma

19 rays behind the hair. The hair looks like Hathor, Egypt. Etruscan terracotta antefix (roofing tile)

19 rays behind the hair. The hair looks like Hathor, Egypt. Etruscan terracotta antefix (roofing tile)

GARMENT ORNAMENT Gold disc with octopus. The tiny hole denotes that it was sewn on a luxurious garment. Mycenae, Grave Circle A, Grave III, 16th C. BC. Athens, national Archaeological Museum, Prehistoric Collection

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GARMENT ORNAMENT Gold disc with octopus. The tiny hole denotes that it was sewn on a luxurious garment. Mycenae, Grave Circle A, Grave III, 16th C. BC. Athens, national Archaeological Museum, Prehistoric Collection

Antefix from 6th-5th c. BC temple of Juno at Lanuvium.  etruscan

Antefix from 6th-5th c. BC temple of Juno at Lanuvium. etruscan

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Naga - an ancient race of semi divine serpent creatures beings first depicted in ancient Vedic Hindu mythology and oral folklore from at least 5000 B.C. They are extremely gifted shape-shifter, able to assume any shape they desire.

Naga - an ancient race of semi divine serpent creatures beings first depicted in ancient Vedic Hindu mythology and oral folklore from at least 5000 B.C. They are extremely gifted shape-shifter, able to assume any shape they desire.

Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia

Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia

'Il Tabernacolo Peretola', marmo di Luca Della Robbia (1399-1483, Italy)

'Il Tabernacolo Peretola', marmo di Luca Della Robbia (1399-1483, Italy)

Amphora by the Painter of the Centauromachy, detail showing a battle between centaurs. Red-figure pottery from Porano (Umbria). Etruscan Civilisation, 4th Century BC. Artwork-location: Orvieto, Museo Claudio Faina (Archaeological Museum)

Amphora by the Painter of the Centauromachy, detail showing a battle between centaurs. Red-figure pottery from Porano (Umbria). Etruscan Civilisation, 4th Century BC. Artwork-location: Orvieto, Museo Claudio Faina (Archaeological Museum)

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