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a) tomb of the Haterii b) late 1st cent.ce c) marble? d) Via Labicana, Rome e) deceased woman depicted in atrium house, hierarchy of scale, plebiean art

a) tomb of the Haterii b) late 1st cent.ce c) marble? d) Via Labicana, Rome e) deceased woman depicted in atrium house, hierarchy of scale, plebiean art

Leopards, banqueters, and musicians, detail of mural paintings in the Tomb of the Leopards, Tarquinia, Italy, ca. 480–470 BCE.

Leopards, banqueters, and musicians, detail of mural paintings in the Tomb of the Leopards, Tarquinia, Italy, ca. 480–470 BCE.

This is and image of a Compluvium and an Impluvium. The Compluvium is an open roof while the Impluvium is a recessed pool in the floor.

This is and image of a Compluvium and an Impluvium. The Compluvium is an open roof while the Impluvium is a recessed pool in the floor.

Wk 3: Second style wall painting (House of the Griffins, Palatine Hill)

Wk 3: Second style wall painting (House of the Griffins, Palatine Hill)

A Tarquinia 1,2 mln per i siti etruschi - Cultura e Tendenze - ANSA.it

A Tarquinia 1,2 mln per i siti etruschi - Cultura e Tendenze - ANSA.it

Tarquinia Tomb of the Leopards. Wall painting in a burial chamber called Tomb of the Leopards at the etruscan necropolis of Tarquinia in Lazio, Italy.

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567934797-huntress-diana-mosaic-from-utica-tunisia-gettyimages.jpg (594×580)

a) tomb of Eurysaces the baker b) late 1st cent.bce c) travertine facing w/concrete core d) junction of Via Labicana & Via Praenestina (aka Porto Maggiore), Rome e) unique design with no parallel in elite tombs; tomb of a baker and his wife, Atista; design highly debated but probably relates to baking; frieze shows baking ritual in a plebiean style of art which is distinct from imperial style (more archaic looking, everyday life)

a) tomb of Eurysaces the baker b) late 1st cent.bce c) travertine facing w/concrete core d) junction of Via Labicana & Via Praenestina (aka Porto Maggiore), Rome e) unique design with no parallel in elite tombs; tomb of a baker and his wife, Atista; design highly debated but probably relates to baking; frieze shows baking ritual in a plebiean style of art which is distinct from imperial style (more archaic looking, everyday life)

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