Lecture 5 Notes

Lecture 5 Notes - 2. Built by Vel Matunas 3. Hypogeum 4....

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Lecture 5: Etruscan Tombs of Cerveteri and Tarquinia 1/28/09 A. Tomb of the Shields and Chairs 600-550 B.C., Cerveteri Ala- wings for the tomb Mounded tombs are popular in Cerveteri Shields are stuck to the sides of the walls The main burial is in the back    B. Tomb of the Reliefs- ca. 300 B.C., Cerveteri Located Northwest of Rome Pillows were carved out of stone You have everything you need in the next world in your tomb       1. Matuna Family- Ramtha Mutuna Canatnei in center alcove
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Built by Vel Matunas 3. Hypogeum 4. Aeolic capitals, 13 loculi C. The Tomb of the Bulls, Tarquinia, ca. 540 B.C. 1. The Ambush of Troilus of Troy by Achilles, Trojan War and Homer's Iliad 2. Horror Vacui 3. Greek Archaic influence mixes with Etruscan ideas 28/01/2009 09:17:00 28/01/2009 09:17:00...
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