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Etruscan painted antefix with shaped head of woman with earrings. 520-500 BC. From Cerveteri. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom.

Etruscan painted antefix with shaped head of woman with earrings. From Cerveteri.

Etruscan Painted Sarcophagus    Painted sarcophagus of Seianti Hanunia Tlesnasa, Etruscan, about 150 - 130 BC, from Poggio Cantarello, near Chiusi, in the British Museum, London WC1.

Etruscan painted sarcophagus of Seianti Hanunia Tlesnasa. Etruscan, about 150 - 130 BC, from Poggio Cantarello, near Chiusi.

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Bloomsbury Tavern - is a traditional pub from 1856 set in the heart of "theatreland" and close to the British Museum, London, England.

Etruria: The Black Etruscans / Etruscan head with gold overlay (c. 700 BC) via realhistoryww

Etruria: With features seemingly combining late archaic and early classical Greek with contemporary Egyptian, Etruscan male head with gold overlay, 700 BC.

Statuette dating from the Late Minoan I, 1600–1500 BC, or early 20th century. Thought to be from Crete and made from ivory and gold. (Courtesy of the MFA, Boston.)

Minoan -- Statuette -- BCE -- Late Minoan Period -- Thought to be from Crete -- Ivory gold -- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Étrusque, peut-être de Véies, votive Head, 500 BC Adler Memorial par Alejandra

Etruscan, possibly from Veii, Votive BC Adler Memorial

Détail d'une inscription en akkadien sur un relief provenant de Nimrud, British Museum

Détail d'une inscription en akkadien sur un relief provenant de Nimrud, British Museum

gemma-antiqua: “ Two Etruscan amulets, both dated to the 5th century BCE. The left is of an arrowhead capped with gold, and on the right is a shark tooth. Both are from the Thorvaldsens Museum. ”

Etruscan Gold Amulet with flint arrowhead. Gold finely worked with granulation and curling motifs similar to motifs on a gold bracelet dating to the C. in Etruria.

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