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    • Apollo of Veii

    • Archaic Etruscan
    • Overall frontal view. Discovered in 1916. One of a group of at least four painted terracotta figures representing the god Apulu (Greek: Apollo, Apollon) pursuing Hercle (Greek: Heracles, Herakles) who has stolen the Ceryneian hind. The...
    • Apollo of Veii

    • Archaic Etruscan
    • Detail: head and shoulders, view from right showing left profile. Discovered in 1916. One of a group of at least four painted terracotta figures representing the god Apulu (Greek: Apollo, Apollon) pursuing Hercle (Greek: Heracles, Herakles) who...
    • Apollo of Veii

    • Archaic Etruscan
    • Detail: head and shoulders seen from front right. Discovered in 1916. One of a group of at least four painted terracotta figures representing the god Apulu (Greek: Apollo, Apollon) pursuing Hercle (Greek: Heracles, Herakles) who has stolen the...
    • Cinerary urn

    • Etruscan
    • Overall view from front left. Head of terracotta, urn and chair of hammered bronze. Etruscan funerary vessels of this type held the cremated remains of the deceased person. Etruscan cinerary urns are sometimes misnamed 'canopic urns.' However...
    • Cinerary urn from Castelmuzio di Pienza

    • Etruscan
    • Oblique overall view from front left. Human-headed urn on chair. Head and chair of terracotta, urn is bronze. Etruscan funerary vessels of this type held the cremated remains of the deceased person. Etruscan cinerary urns are sometimes misnamed...
    • Cinerary urn with earrings, arms, and breasts

    • Etruscan
    • Overall side view from left. Etruscan funerary vessels of this type held the cremated remains of the deceased person. Etruscan cinerary urns are sometimes misnamed 'canopic urns.' However the Etruscan vessels did not contain preserved internal...
    • Cinerary urn

    • Archaic Etruscan
    • Oblique overall view from front left. Head of terracotta, container and chair of hammered bronze. Etruscan funerary vessels of this type held the cremated remains of the deceased person. Etruscan cinerary urns are sometimes misnamed 'canopic...
    • Leopards, banqueters, and musicians

    • Severe Style Etruscan
    • Tomb of the Leopards. Back wall, detail view: two male and female couples recline on banqueting couches, two nude male servitors, plants below and above couches. Partial view of top register with leopards.

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