Etruscans and the Roman Republic

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Etruscans and the Roman Republic
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Porta Augusta, 3rd to 2nd century BCE, Perugia
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Reconstruction of an Etruscan temple
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Etruscan versus Greek temple facades
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Etruscan versus Greek Temple Plans
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Apollo of Veii, Painted terra cotta, 5’10”, 510-500 BCE
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Etruscan votive head from the early 5th century
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Bronze dancer from the 6th century
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Engraved bronze mirror, diameter 6”, 400- 350 BCE and Picasso drawing from 1950
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Etruscan bronze from the 5th century and Polykleitos’ Doryphoros
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Tomb of the Triclinium, Tarquinia, c. 480-470 BCE
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Unformatted text preview: Tomb of the Giocolieri, Tarquinia Detail, dancers from the Tomb of the Giocolieri Tomb of Hunting and Fishing, Diver from the Tomb of Hunting and Fishing Tomb of the Reliefs, Cerveteri, 3rd century Terra cotta sarcophagus, length 6’7” c. 520 BCE, Cerveteri Terra cotta sarcophagus, length 6’7” c. 520 BCE, Cerveteri Left: Head of a Roman, marble, c. 80 bce, Right: Portrait of a lady, marble, c. 90 ce. Pont du Gard, 1st cent. bce, Nimes, France...
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course AHS 195 taught by Professor K.koblik during the Fall '10 term at Diablo Valley College.

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