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Etruscan bronze

Etruscan bronze statuette of a warrior From Falterona mount, Florence, ca. 400 BCE

Etruscan bronze votive statuette of a warrior. Found at the Falterona mount, Florence, in

Golden Lighting Colson Eb Etruscan Bronze Chandelier | 3167-6 EB-EB | Destination Lighting

Golden Lighting Colson Eb Etruscan Bronze Chandelier

Golden Lighting Colson Eb Etruscan Bronze Chandelier | 3167-6 EB-EB | Destination Lighting

Etruscan Mirror with Incised Scene:     Date:   3rd Century BC  Culture:   Etruscan  Category:   Jewelry  Medium:   Bronze

Etruscan Mirror with Incised Scene: Date: Century BC Culture: Etruscan Category: Jewelry Medium: Bronze the hats depicted are similar to Scythian

AN ETRUSCAN BRONZE FIGURE OF A YOUTH   circa 350-300 b.c.   With a large head with incised center-parted hair combed in front of the prominent ears, the youthful face with large almond-shaped eyes, long straight nose and small mouth, the long neck flattening into abstracted slab-like arms and an elongated torso with small modelled nipples

AN ETRUSCAN BRONZE FIGURE OF A YOUTH circa b. With a large head with incised center-parted hair combed in front of the prominent ears, the youthful face with large almond-shaped eyes, long straight nose and small mouth, the long neck flattening

Bronze bust of Hermes (Turms) or Perseus (Ferse), the eyes inlaid with silver, Etruscan, 150-50 BC.  Held in the British Museum.

Bronze bust of Hermes (Turms) or Perseus (Ferse), the eyes inlaid with silver, Etruscan, BC. Held in the British Museum.

Why they hate us #3: ETRUSCAN BRONZE NUDE WARRIOR HOLDING A SACRIFICIAL HARE. 4th Century BCE. H. 5 7/8 in. (15 cm.) 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. Fine olive green patina. Superb style. It has been suggested that this is a representation of Turms (Hermes).

Hermes and his hare

Why they hate us #3: ETRUSCAN BRONZE NUDE WARRIOR HOLDING A SACRIFICIAL HARE. 4th Century BCE. H. 5 7/8 in. (15 cm.) 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. Fine olive green patina. Superb style. It has been suggested that this is a representation of Turms (Hermes).

Etruscan bronze goblet decorated with female figures. C.750 BC Villa Giulia national Etruscan museum Rome

Etruscan bronze goblet decorated with female figures.The goblet, a symbol of Woman's Womb

Etruscan bronze art Certosa, Bologna C.550BC

La Situla della Certosa / Bronze situla from Certosa, Bologna (side with banqueters), Etruscan civilization, circa 500 B.

Gli etruschi Vaso in bronzo a forma di testa maschile. III sec. a.C. Londra, British Museum

Bronze Oinochoe Forgery in form of head. Fake bronze oinochoe in the form of the head of a young man;

The Grimani Jug 				                								                     Date:                      c. 450 BC                                                  	             	                 	                    Medium: 	                    bronze

The Grimani Jug, ca. Medium: hammered, cast, bronze Dimensions: height: cm Museum of Fine Arts - Budapest

Etruscan bronze chariot inlaid with ivory, 2nd quarter of 6th century BCE. Found near Monteleone di Spoleto in 1902 with scenes of Achilles (1). Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.

Bronze chariot inlaid with ivory Etruscan quarter of century BCE Found near Monteleone di Spoleto in 1902 with scenes of Achilles Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.

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