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sus tumbas eran de colores vivos y resaltaba la vida diaria de ellos

Etruscan Tomb BCE Monterozzi Tarquinia,Etruscan Art:The large door of the…

Etruscan art, faun.||| The Etruscans are overlooked by many, when they were the ones who provided us many technological ques we use today, that we mistakenly think the Romans gave us alternatively.

Etruscan art, faun ~ Etruscan roof decoration with image of Juno Sopita ~ "Italia Antiqua" ~ Etruscan and Roman Art Altes Museum, Berlin ~ Juno was known to many as Juno Sospita, the chief deity of Lanuvium, a city located in Latium southeast of Rome.

Roman fresco, Pompeii, Aphrodite, after a Greek painting

Greek/Roman Makeup Ancient Roman Portrait Painting of a Woman

Earrings found in Pompeii and Herculaneum, buried in the volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.

People like us: An incredible insight into the Romans who died in Pompeii's horror

Life and Death in Pompeii and Herculaneum - exhibitions shows how Romans lived like us. I love the simply beautiful design of these pearl and gold earrings.

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Apollo statue from Etruscan culture, known as "Apollo Veii" - found the Temple at Veii, Italy

A female acrobat next to a potter’s turntable. Detail from a Campanian red-figure hydria, ca. 340-330 BC.

Ancient Greek "Popular Entertainments" including acrobatics, like shown above, are theorized as one of the possible origins of theatre.

Two dancers, Etruscan wall art, c. 470 BCE, Tomb of the Triclinium, Tarquinia, Italy

The Two Dancers. In this masterpiece from the Tomb of the Triclinium at Tarquinia, a couple dressed in their finest costume dance into the hereafter. Etruscan, 480 BCE The Etruscan culture focused on happy relationships.

General with his wife at an offering ceremony (Etruscan, 5th ct. BC). "Italia Antiqua" - Etruscan and Roman Art. Altes Museum, Berlin.

General with his wife at an offering ceremony (Etruscan, ct. "Italia Antiqua" - Etruscan and Roman Art. I offer you a pair of pants, Baby :)