Lion's Head  First half of the 5th century BC    Etruria

Lion's Head First half of the 5th century BC Etruria

Italy, Tuscany, Monte Falterona, Bronze statue depicting warrior. Etruscan civilization V century b.C. Artwork-location: London, British Museum

Italy, Tuscany, Monte Falterona, Bronze statue depicting warrior. Etruscan civilization V century b.C. Artwork-location: London, British Museum

Etruscan Bronze Protome of a Pegasus. first half of the 6th century B.C.

Etruscan Bronze Protome of a Pegasus. first half of the 6th century B.C.

Etruscan bronze nude warrior holding a sacrificial hare. He wears a Negau helmet, a cloak over his left shoulder that wraps around his left forearm. On his extended left hand crouches a hare; a dagger in his right hand. Possibly Turms or Hermes. 4th century BC.

Etruscan bronze nude warrior holding a sacrificial hare. He wears a Negau helmet, a cloak over his left shoulder that wraps around his left forearm. On his extended left hand crouches a hare; a dagger in his right hand. Possibly Turms or Hermes. 4th century BC.

Pair of Etruscan Bronze Lion Protomes. Culture : Etruscan, Etruscan. Period : late 7th century B.C. (ca. 620-600 B.C.) Material : Bronze.

Pair of Etruscan Bronze Lion Protomes. Culture : Etruscan, Etruscan. Period : late 7th century B.C. (ca. 620-600 B.C.) Material : Bronze.

Carved and painted figure of a recumbent lion  Bucks County, Pennsylvania, circa 1830  Poplar, original ivory paint,)

Carved and painted figure of a recumbent lion Bucks County, Pennsylvania, circa 1830 Poplar, original ivory paint,)

Early Depiction of Herakles with club and lion skin Etruscan 500-400 BCE Bronze

Early Depiction of Herakles with club and lion skin Etruscan 500-400 BCE Bronze

Statuette of a Slave  Etruscan, 500-400 BC  The J. Paul Getty Museum  “Resting his head in his hand, a young boy sits curled up on the ground. Through the rendering of hair and facial features, the artist characterized him as an African. The artist also carefully portrayed his poor physical and emotional condition: hunched back, prominent ribs, and dejected posture.  Etruscan traders and sailors would have encountered Africans in their overseas trading. The Etruscans also kept slaves, some…

Statuette of a Slave Etruscan, 500-400 BC The J. Paul Getty Museum “Resting his head in his hand, a young boy sits curled up on the ground. Through the rendering of hair and facial features, the artist characterized him as an African. The artist also carefully portrayed his poor physical and emotional condition: hunched back, prominent ribs, and dejected posture. Etruscan traders and sailors would have encountered Africans in their overseas trading. The Etruscans also kept slaves, some…

Etruscan pottery askos (perfume flask) in the form of a lion, 340-300 BCE in northern Etruria This type of ornate container was mainly produced at Chiusi in northern Etruria. British Museum, London,

Etruscan pottery askos (perfume flask) in the form of a lion, 340-300 BCE in northern Etruria This type of ornate container was mainly produced at Chiusi in northern Etruria. British Museum, London,

Etruscan bronze figure of a ploughman wearing Tyrolian hat C.600BC

Etruscan bronze figure of a ploughman wearing Tyrolian hat C.600BC

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