ANCIENT ART
CERAMICS | ETRURIA
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1. CERAMICS. Etruria.
Hydria from Caere.
Second half of the 6th century BCE.
2. CERAMICS. Etruria.
The fight between pygmies and cranes.
Krater painting.
Clay. 4th century BCE.
Florence, National Archaeological Museum.
3. CERAMICS. Etruria.
Battle. Red-figure kyathos from Vulci.
Clay. 5th century BCE.
Hannover, The Kestner-Museum.
4. CERAMICS. Etruria.
Procession of musicians, clowns, jugglers.
Black-figure amphora with painting by the Micali Painter.
Clay. 6th century BCE.
London, The British Museum.
5. CERAMICS. Etruria.
The girls filling hydrias with water before the pump room of the Callicren spring.
Vase from Vulci.
London, The British Museum.
6. CERAMICS. Etruria.
Hydria by Hypsis.
Three Amazons preparing for the battle.
Red-figure hydria.
After the 6th century BCE.
Munich, State Antique Collection.
7. CERAMICS. Etruria.
Figured vessel in the form of a cock with the scratched alphabet.
Clay, buccero. 7th century BCE.
Height 0.11 m.
New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
8. CERAMICS. Etruria.
Peleus abducting bathing Thetida.
Red-figure crater.
Clay. Ca. 340 BCE.
Rome.
9. CERAMICS. Etruria.
Peleus abducting bathing Thetida. Fragment
Red-figure crater.
Clay. Ca. 340 BCE.
Rome.
10. CERAMICS. Etruria.
The capture of Troy by the Acheans.
Red-figure krater from Falerii.
By the Nazzano Painter.
Clay. 4th century BCE.
Rome, National Etruscan Museum of Villa Julia.
11. CERAMICS. Etruria.
Figured double-sided caricature ascos.
Clay. 3rd century BCE.
Rome, Vatican Museums.
12. CERAMICS. Etruria.
Figured vessel from the Cerveteri (Caere) necropolis.
Clay, buccero. 7th century BCE.
Rome, Vatican Museums.
13. CERAMICS. Etruria.
Funeral urn with reliefs from Cerveteri (Caere).
Clay, red impasto. 7th century BCE.
Rome, Vatican Museums.
14. CERAMICS. Etruria.
Copper-lebes with the figured stand.
Clay, impasto. Late 7th century BCE.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
15. CERAMICS. Greece.
Heracles and nemean lion; Heracles and Triton.
Black-figure hydria. Attic.
Manner of Antimenes Painter.
Clay. Carving, white paint. 520500 BCE.
Inscription on the body: ΗΡΑΚΕΣ
Inv. No. . 1516.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
16. CERAMICS. Etruria.
Etruscan-Corinthian balsamarium in the form of a monkey.
Clay. 7th century BCE.
Tarquinia, National Archaeological Museum.
17. CERAMICS. Etruria.
Figured ascos in the form of a doe.
Clay. 8th century BCE.
Tarquinia, National Archaeological Museum.
18. CERAMICS. Etruria.
Vase with running figure.
Black-figure amphora.
By the Micali Group Painter.
Clay. 6th century BCE.
Tarquinia, National Archaeological Museum.
19. CERAMICS. Etruria.
Zeus as bull and Europe.
Red-figure krater.
Clay. Ca. 450 BCE.
Tarquinia, National Archaeological Museum.
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