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UNIT 2 CHALLENGE 4 What does this Etruscan sculpture reveal about the similarities between the Greeks and Etruscans?a.)The Greeks and Etruscans both displayed sculptures of deities on the roofs of their temples. b.)The Greeks and Etruscans both shared certain religious beliefs, including the appearance of some deities in human form. c.)The Greeks and Etruscans only depicted female deities in their sculptures. d.)The Greeks and Etruscans both primarily used clay to create sculptures. a.)Incorrect. The Etruscans were unique in putting sculptures on the roofs of their temples. The Greeks decorated their temples with carvings and sculptures, but they did not place sculptures on top of the roof.
b.)Correct. This is a sculpture of Apulu, an Etruscan god. He appears as a human, similar to the Greek god Apollo. Select the option that is NOT a feature of Etruscan architecture.
The peristyle garden is a characteristic feature of the Roman house. It was not used in Etruscan architecture. How did Etruscans influence Roman architecture?
Which term, associated with Etruscan art and architecture, describes a coffin made of stone that is typically adorned with sculpture?
What similarities does one see in the Etruscan and Egyptian view of the afterlife?a.)Both believe that departed souls spend most of eternity in a type of purgatory. b.)Both place emphasis on the finality of the death of the physical body and the soul. c.)Both believe that departed souls need to reside in a domestic space alongside the living. d.)Both place emphasis on the afterlife and seek to provide all of the earthly comforts of the home within a tomb. d.)Correct. This statement is correct.

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