Monday, 17 January 2011

Ancient Etruscan Art of Europe - Culturally related to the Phoenician Seafarers and the glue between Asia and Western Europe

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Etruscan. Louvre. Gold pin with a Mistress of the Animals (potnia theron). Gold with granulation, ca. 630 BC. Jatrow, 2008.

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"The Pyrgi tablets" are laminated sheets of gold both in Etruscan and Phoenician languages. They are exhibited at the Etruscan Museum in Rome – “Museo di Villa Giulia” Read more here: Etruscan–Phoenician Alphabet
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Etruscan. Gold Winged female figure Louvre. 6th century BCE. Unknown origin. Photo by Jastrow, own work, 2008.

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Etruscan pendant with swastika symbols. Bolsena Italy, 700 BCE to 650 BCE. Photo by World Imaging, 2007.

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Etruscan head. Exhibited: Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC. Photo by Katie Chao, 2009.

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Etruscan 520-510 BCE. Production in Cerveteri - Cerveteri - nekropolis Banditaccia – Terracotta. Photo by Ecelan, 2011.

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Etruscan sarcophagus Etruscan sarcophagus from Cerveteri c. 520 BCE. Terra cotta, length 2 m. Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia, Rome. Photo by fraxe, 2009.

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Etruscan. Museo guarnacci, Urna degli sposi, I sec. CE. Photo by Sailko, 2008.


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Etruscan Urnetta cineraria da volterra, ca. 2nd Century CE. Photo by Sailko, 2008.

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Etruscan. Museo Archeologico di Firenze, urna cineraria istoriata. Photo by Sailko, 2006.

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Etruscans. Museo guarnacci, Urnetta, terza serie 30. Photo by Sailko, 2008.

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Etruscan. Museo guarnacci, urnetta, terza serie 09. Photo by Sailko, 2008.

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Etruscan inscription. Piacenza Bronze. Liver of Piacenza, Mantik. Photo by Lokilech. 2007.

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Etruscan. WLA metmuseum Bronze chariot inlaid with ivory MET museum. NYC. Photo by Futons on the rock, 2009.

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Etruscan artwork, 540–520 BC. Found in 1812 in a tomb at Castel San Marino, near Perugia. Photo by Jastrow, 2006.

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Etruscan relief. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Photo by Katie Chao, 2009.


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Etruscan bronze. MET Museum of Art, NYC. Photo by katie chao and ben muessig, 2009.

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Etruscan bronze. Met museum of Art NYC. Photo by katie chao and ben muessig, 2009.

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Miroirdecalchas Etruscian Mirror. A representation of Kalkas as Harbinger. 5th. century BCE.

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An Etruscian master painted this about 480 BCE.

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Hekate capula italy. Etruscan. Hecate holding two torches and dancing in front of an altar, beyond which is a cult statue. 350- 300 BCE.

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Etruscan sphinx. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Mary & Jon, 2009.

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Etruscan. Cippo Perugino. Etruskiske cippus at the National archaeological Museum in Perugia, Italia. 3rd - nd2 centtury BCE. Photo by Louis-garden, 2009.

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Etruscan. Perugia, Museo archeologico. Urna etrusca. Photo G. Dall'Orto, 2006.

2 comments:

  1. Epic post dear brother, keep up the good work.

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  2. Where is the mirror? At what museum? thank you

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