Chariots introduced into Italy by Etruscans - Google zoeken

Etruria: The Black Etruscans, Malta and the Phoenicians The Monteleone chariot,an etruscan chariot dated to ca BC

Small four-wheeled bronze chariot with human figures, from Bisenzio (Tuscany region, Italy)

Small four-wheeled bronze chariot with human figures, from Bisenzio (Tuscany region, Italy) - Etruscan civilization, century BC.

potiphar scene

potiphar scene

Etruscan Art: Antefix depicting the Head of Medusa, one of the Gorgons. Painted terracotta from the Portonaccio sanctuary, Veii. Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy .

Etruscan Medusa Head Designed to be fixed to the eaves of a temple.

Tarquinia, Italy, around 470 B.C. Via a narrow corridor leading downstair one has access to the rectangular burial room with a sloping ceiling Stock Photo. copied solely for non-commercial purpose

from the “Tomba dei Leopardi,” in Tarquinia, Italy, these colorful frescos are an excellent example of how the Etruscans were influenced by Greek art.

mini-girlz:  “ Bronze mirror with a support in the form of a nude girl  Period: Archaic  Date: 2nd half of the 6th century B.C.  Culture: Greek, Laconian  Medium: Bronze  Dimensions: H. 13 5/16 in. (33.8...

Laconian (Spartan) bronze mirror said to be from southern Italy (Taranto?), second half of the century B. The handle is in the form of a young maiden standing on a recumbent lion with griffins springing from her shoulders.

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