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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 6: The Etruscans Period Date Villanovian/ Iron Age c. 1000 to 750 BC Orientalizing c. 750-575 BC Archaic c. 575-490 BC Classical 490-300 BC Hellenistic (Roman Conquest) 300-90 BC Chronology for Early Italy The Etruscans Main Questions • What can we say about Etruscan cities in terms of government? • What can we say about Etruscan culture in general? • What can we say about Etruscan cultural influences? – Who is influencing the Etruscans and how? – Who are the Etruscans influencing? Etruscan League of 12 cities (?) Solid Red: Etruria / home of the Etruscans Hatched Red: area of Etruscan influence Larger Centers Smaller Centers Etruscan Towns Larger Centers Smaller Centers Roselle Part of the city wall (6 th c BC; note large irregular blocks ) Part of the city wall (6 th c BC; note large irregular blocks ) Part of the city wall (6 th c BC; note large irregular blocks ) House of the Impluvium (mid 6th c. BC) State plan House of the Impluvium (mid 6th c. BC) Reconstruction Impluvium Larger Centers Smaller Centers Acquarossa Acquarossa City Plateau State plan of “Zone B” (late 7th-early 6th c. BCE) Reconstructed plan of “Zone B” (late 7th-early 6th c. BCE) Reconstructed plan of “Zone B” (late 7th-early 6th c. BCE) Aerial View of Zone B Reconstruction of wattle and daub wall Mud Plaster Wooden Frame Reeds / Thin Sticks Stone Foundations State plan of “Zones C and F” (late 7th-early 6th c. BCE) Zone C Zone F Reconstruction of “Zones C and F” (late 7th-early 6th c. BCE) Zone C Zone F Zones C and F: stone column base for a wooden column Zones C and F: stone column base for a wooden column Terracotta roof plaques for buildings in zones C-F showing Hercules and various monsters...
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2008 for the course CLAR 120 taught by Professor Haggis during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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