heracliteanfire: “ Terracotta beak-spouted jug, ca. ‘This particular type, with split handle and modeled ribs, was especially popular in Bisenzio, during the transition between Villanovan and Early Etruscan culture.
Terracotta barrel-shaped oinochoe (jug) Period: Geometric Date: B. Culture: Etruscan, Italo-geometric Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Vases Credit Line: Gift of Schimmel Foundation Inc.
CAMPANIAN RED-FIGURE ASKOS ATTRIBUTED TO THE GROUP OF BRUSSELS A137 With a lentoid body, the shoulders with a red-figured female head and a female head in added white in profile, palmettes and tendrils in between, a high arching handle, and a spout with a flaring mouth. Ca. 340-320 BC