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Who: Terramaricoli What: Terramara settlement When: c – 1150 BC Where: Po River valley
Who: Terramaricoli What: Terramara funerary urns When: c – 1150 BC Where: Po River valley
Who: Terramaricoli What: Terramara stag horn combs When: c – 1150 BC Where: Po River valley
Who: Villanovans What : Bi-conical funerary urn When: 8 th Century BC Where: Vulchi
Who: Villanovans What : Bronze Helmet When: 8 th Century BC Where: Vulchi
Who: Villanovans What : Fibula with birds When: 8 th Century BC Where: ?
Who: Villanovans What : Gold Fibula When: 9 th – 7 th Century BC Where: Verucchio
8 Who: Etruscans What : Tumuli When: 9 th – 3rd Century BC Where: Cerveteri (Caere)
Who: Etruscans What : Interior of tumulus When: 9 th – 3rd Century BC Where: Tarquinia 9
Who: Etruscans What : Interior of tumulus When: 9 th – 3rd Century BC Where: Tarquinia 10
Who: Etruscans What : The Zagreb Mummy When: 9 th – 3rd Century BC Where: Etruia, Egypt, Paris- but for the exam- Zagreb (a city in the modern Republic of Croatia) 11
Who: Etruscans What : The Golden Plaques of Pyrgi When: c. 500 BC Where: Pyrgi 12
Who: Etruscans What : Bucchero Chicken When: 700–650 BC Where: 13
14 Who: Etruscans What : Fasces When: c. 600 BC Where: Vetulonia, Italy
15 Who: Etruscans What : Francois Tomb When: c. 4th BC Where: Vulci, Italy
16 Who: Etruscans What :Regolini-Galassi Tomb When: 7th BC Where: Caere, Italy
17 Who: Etruscans What : Sarcophagus When: 6th BC Where: Caere
18 Who: Etruscans What : Sarcophagus When: 3 rd – 1st CBC Where: Tlesnasa
19 Who: Etruscans What : Piacenza Liver When: c. 100 BC Where: Piacenza, Italy
20 Who: Etruscans What : Capitoline Wolf When: Early 5 th Century BC Where: Rome
Who: Kleitias and Ergotimos What : Francios Vase When: 6 th Century BC Where: Chiusi, Italy/Greece
Who: Etruscans What : Bronze Chimaera When: Early 4 th Century BC Where: Arezzo
23 Who: Etruscans What : Tomb When: 9 th – 3rd Century BC Where: Cerveteri/Caere
24 Who: Etruscans What : Tomb When: 9 th – 3rd Century BC Where: Cerveteri/Caere
25 Cinerary Urn in the shape of a building Who: Etruscans What : Cinerary Urn When: 9 th – 3rd Century BC Where: Cerveteri/Caere
26 Who: Etruscans What : Bronze Cinerary Urn When: 9 th – 3rd Century BC Where: Cerveteri/Caere
27 Who: Etruscans What : Reconstruction of Temple When: Modern Where: Rome
28 Who: Etruscans What : Ostrich Egg When: 9 th – 3rd Century BC Where: N/A
29 Who: Romans What : Coin of Caesar When: 47 BC Where: Rome
30 Who: Romans What : “Capitoline Brutus” When: 4 th – 3 rd CBC Where: Rome
31 Who: Septimius Severus What : Aureus When: AD Where: Rome
Who: Romans What : Lapis Niger When: Before 5 th CBC Where: Rome
33 Who: Jacques Louis David What : The Rape of the Sabine Women When: 1799 Where: Louvre
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