Etruscan art
Etruscan art was the form of figurative art produced by the Etruscan civilization in central Italy between the 9th and 2nd centuries BC. Particularly strong in this tradition were figurative sculptur...
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Unlooted Etruscan Tomb Complete With Sarcophagi And Treasures Unearthed In Italy
Archaeologists have made a rare discovery near the small town of Città della Pieve, near Perugia in Italy – a 2,400-year-old sealed and untouched Etruscan tomb. The burial chamber contains sarcophagi...
Etruscan Tomb Paintings and Sarcophagi
These two large Etruscan cemeteries reflect different types of burial practices from the 9th to the 1st century BC, and bear witness to the achievements of Etruscan culture. Wich over nine centuries d...
Etruscan art
Etruscans, The Ancient Centers of Lazio tells the story of the period of maximum prosperity and expansion of the Etruscan civilization during the 6th and 5th...
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6th Century Etruscan chariot. Bronze. At the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Etruscan jewelry
This article refers to the jewelry of the Etruscan civilization and its differences in various eras.
During the Villanovan Era, there was very little jewelry which has remained for discovery in mo...
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Monteleone chariot
The Monteleone chariot is an Etruscan chariot dated to c. 530 BC. It was originally uncovered at Monteleone di Spoleto and is currently part of the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New ...
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Corpus Speculorum Etruscorum
Corpus Speculorum Etruscorum is an international project with the goal to publish all existing Etruscan bronze mirrors. The first volumes were published in 1981 and since then over 25 fascicles have b...
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Liber Linteus
The Liber Linteus Zagrabiensis (Latin for "Linen Book of Zagreb", also rarely known as Liber Agramensis, "Book of Agram") is the longest Etruscan text and the only extant linen book, dated to the 3rd...
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Liver of Piacenza
The Liver of Piacenza is an Etruscan artifact found in a field on September 26, 1877, near Gossolengo, in the province of Piacenza, Italy, now kept in the Municipal Museum of Piacenza, in the Palazzo...
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Negau helmet
Negau helmet refers to one of 26 bronze helmets (23 of which are preserved) dating to ca. 450 BC–350 BC, found in 1811 in a cache in Ženjak, near Negau, Duchy of Styria (now Negova, Slovenia). The hel...
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Tabula Capuana
The Tabula Capuana (Tegola di Capua, Etruscophiles like to call it), now conserved in Berlin, represents the second most extensive surviving Etruscan text, after the linen book the (Liber Linteus) use...
Tabula Cortonensis
The Tabula Cortonensis (sometimes also Cortona Tablet) is a 2200-year-old, bronze artifact of Etruscan origin, discovered in Cortona, Italy. It may record for posterity the details of an ancient legal...
Unlooted Etruscan Tomb Complete With Sarcophagi And Treasures Unearthed In Italy
Archaeologists have made a rare discovery near the small town of Città della Pieve, near Perugia in Italy – a 2,400-year-old sealed and untouched Etruscan tomb. The burial chamber contains sarcophagi...
Hypogeum of the Volumnus family
The Hypogeum of the Volumnus family (Italian: Ipogeo dei Volumni) is an Etruscan tomb in Ponte San Giovanni, a suburb of Perugia, central Italy. Its dating is uncertain, although it is generally assig...
Hypogeum of the Volumnus family - Wikipedia
Etruscan Tomb Paintings and Sarcophagi
These two large Etruscan cemeteries reflect different types of burial practices from the 9th to the 1st century BC, and bear witness to the achievements of Etruscan culture. Wich over nine centuries d...
Necropolis of Monterozzi
The Necropolis of Monterozzi is an Etruscan necropolis on a hill east of Tarquinia in Lazio, Italy. The necropolis has about 6,000 graves, the oldest of which dates to the 7th century BCE. About 200 o...
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Golini Tomb
Golini Tomb is an Etruscan tomb in Orvieto, Italy. It was discovered in 1863.
Tomb of the Bulls
The Tomb of the Bulls (Italian: Tomba dei Tori) is an Etruscan tomb in the Necropolis of Monterozzi near Tarquinia, Italy. It was discovered in 1892 and has been dated to either 540–530 BC or...
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Etruscan coins
Like the Egyptians, Phoenicians and Carthaginians, the Etruscans were also rather slow to adopt the Greek invention of coinage. The brief period of Etruscan coinage, with the predominance of marks of ...
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Tomb of the Triclinium
The Tomb of the Triclinium (Italian: Tomba del Triclinio) is an Etruscan tomb in the Necropolis of Monterozzi near Tarquinia, Italy. It was discovered in 1830. Stefan Steingraber dates the tomb to...
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Chimera of Arezzo
The bronze "Chimera of Arezzo" is one of the best known examples of the art of the Etruscans. It was found in Arezzo, an ancient Etruscan and Roman city in Tuscany, in 1553 and was quickly claimed for...
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Etruscan terracotta warriors
The Etruscan terracotta warriors are three statues that resemble the work of the ancient Etruscans, but are in fact art forgeries. The statues, created by Italian brothers Pio and Alfonso Riccardi and...
Apollo of Veii
The Apollo of Veii is an over-life-size painted terracotta Etruscan statue of Apollo (Aplu). Originally at Veii, it dates from c. 510 - 500 BC and was sculpted in the so-called "international" Ionic ...
Regolini-Galassi tomb
The Regolini-Galassi tomb is an elaborate Etruscan family tomb located in Caere, an ancient city in Italy approximately 50–60 kilometres (31–37 mi) north-northwest of Rome. It dates to between 65...
Regolini-Galassi tomb - Wikipedia