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Images For Lecture 2

1. Map of Cultural Groups in Italy during historic period
2. Map Showing Growth of Rome in Italy
3. Greek Red-Figure Vase, Imported by Etruscans
4. Etruscan Aeneas, shown bearing his father
5. Etruscan Aeneas (color)
6. Etruscan Sarcophagus, couple embracing
7. Another Etruscan sarcophagus
8. Etruscan burial urn
9. Canopic Urn #1
10. Canopic Urn #2
11. Canopic Urn #3

Etruscan Tombs:

12. Tomb of the Augurs, Tarquinia (550-520 BCE)
13. Tomb of Hunting and Fishing, Tarquinia (520-490 BCE) - Main Frieze
14. Tomb of Hunting and Fishing, Tarquinia (520-490 BCE) - Main Frieze
15. Tomb of Hunting and Fishing, Tarquinia (520-490 BCE) - Detail
16. Tomb of Hunting and Fishing, Tarquinia (520-490 BCE) - Youth diving from a rock

17. Tomb of Leopards, banqueting scene

18. Tomb of Orcus
19. Tomb of Orcus - Detail
20. Tomb of Orcus - Theseus menaced by a demon

21. Francois Tomb, Vulci c. 150-130 BCE - Stabbing scene
22. Francois Tomb, Vulci c. 150-130 BCE - Detail of the demon Charon
23. Francois Tomb, Vulci c. 150-130 BCE Detail of goddess Vanth
24. Francois Tomb, Vulci c. - Sacrifice of Trojan captives

Etruscan jewelry:

25. Etruscan jewelry, with lions form large gold clasp, 7th c. BCE
26. Gold necklace, 6th-5th c. BCE
27. Fibula, c. 650 BCE
28. Fibula
29. Earrings, early 3rd c. BCE
30. 4-sided cist with relief bronze, 3rd c. BCE
31. Ficoroni Cista, mid 4th c. BCE
32. Bronze mirror, 5th c. BCE
33. Bronze mirror showing haruspex (diviner) reading animal entrails, 5th c. BCE

Etruscans and Rome:

34. Reconstruction, drawing of Capitolium, Rome

35. Tomb of Augurs, Tarquinia - Detail of wrestlers
36. Tomb of Augurs, Tarquinia - Games
37. Tomb of Augurs, Tarquinia - Umpires at a match

38. Plan of Miletus, Asia Minor

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Modified on 1/19/2011
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