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Etruscan Art - házastársak szarkofágja, terrakotta, etruszk

Etruscan Art - házastársak szarkofágja, terrakotta, etruszk

françois_vase_frontal_view - görög

françois_vase_frontal_view - görög

bucchero nero - korsó, etruszk

bucchero nero - korsó, etruszk

Ancient Roman pottery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia- római

Ancient Roman pottery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia- római

Ancient Roman pottery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ancient Roman pottery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Athenian ovoid ht. 40cm. -görög

Athenian ovoid ht. 40cm. -görög

görög kratér - Google keresés

görög kratér - Google keresés

Monte Testaccio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia -római

Monte Testaccio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia -római

vörös alakos váza - görög

vörös alakos váza - görög

pacatus acquincum - Google keresés

pacatus acquincum - Google keresés


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Located in the National Museum of Archaeology in Florence, the François Vase is a jewel of ancient pottery decoration. Art, history, and myth, all in a container, but not just any: it is the François Vase

Located in the National Museum of Archaeology in Florence, the François Vase is a jewel of ancient pottery decoration. Art, history, and myth, all in a container, but not just any: it is the François Vase

Athenian ovoid ht. 40cm.

Athenian ovoid ht. 40cm.

Etruscan Pottery -etruszk

Etruscan Pottery -etruszk

An Etruscan urn  500-475 BC

An Etruscan urn 500-475 BC

Bronze Etruscan incense burner, most likely from Volci.  It stands a little under 14 inches in height - a bowl of intense would have rested on top.  Note the Greek nude on the burner.  Age: 6th Century BCE Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA

Bronze Etruscan incense burner, most likely from Volci. It stands a little under 14 inches in height - a bowl of intense would have rested on top. Note the Greek nude on the burner. Age: 6th Century BCE Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA

A PAIR OF ETRUSCAN GOLD HAIR COILS AND A FIBULA   CIRCA MID 7TH CENTURY B.C.   The hair coils each formed from a length of plain wire coiled into a spiral, each end split into two strips enclosing an undulating wire framed by twisted wire, terminating in triangular bosses framed by twisted wire; the fibula of sanguisuga form, with a hollow arched bow and long narrow catchplate, the pin coiled where it emerges from the bow  Fibula: 1 5/8 in. (4.1 cm.) long

A PAIR OF ETRUSCAN GOLD HAIR COILS AND A FIBULA CIRCA MID 7TH CENTURY B.C. The hair coils each formed from a length of plain wire coiled into a spiral, each end split into two strips enclosing an undulating wire framed by twisted wire, terminating in triangular bosses framed by twisted wire; the fibula of sanguisuga form, with a hollow arched bow and long narrow catchplate, the pin coiled where it emerges from the bow Fibula: 1 5/8 in. (4.1 cm.) long

Straight Pin, c. 500 BC                                                Italy, Etruscan, late 6th Century BC

Straight Pin, c. 500 BC Italy, Etruscan, late 6th Century BC

Strainer, Classical period, Etruscan, 5th century BC, bronze

Strainer, Classical period, Etruscan, 5th century BC, bronze

Amulet depicting a woman holding a child, Italic or Etruscan 500-400 BCE, Amber Kourotrophos

Amulet depicting a woman holding a child, Italic or Etruscan 500-400 BCE, Amber Kourotrophos

Etruscan Negau-type Hoplite Helmet 500-400 BCE. Made with Bronze. This type of helmets was very popular in Sparta.

Etruscan Negau-type Hoplite Helmet 500-400 BCE. Made with Bronze. This type of helmets was very popular in Sparta.

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